There are two parts to that. The common experience payment simply goes to anyone who could demonstrate that they attended one of the eligible residential schools. There was a fair bit of work done before the government agreed to the settlement agreement.
The projection done about 2005-06 was that about 80,000 students would be eligible, and we've come in at 76,700. So it's turned out to be very accurate. There are still a few cases in appeals and reconsideration, but that's a small number now. So I would say this was quite an accurate forecast and there's no backlog in CEP at all. We're winding down that part of the overall settlement agreement.
The independent assessment process addresses the more serious cases of alleged physical and sexual abuse. It has turned out that a much higher rate of those cases has gone for adjudication at the IAP. I think the original forecast was in the 15,000 range, and we think we're going to be considerably higher than that. That indicates that a higher rate of abuse was going on in the schools than people knew. It's hard to have forecasted that, because we had no way to be sure how many people would come forward and be willing to tell their stories and enter into an adjudication process.