Not really. The suite of programs is good. There was a lot of satisfaction, and it worked very well, but the devil is in the details of those parameters, and those changes make the programs work very differently.
The programs themselves, I think, are fine. It's the fine tuning of the programs that makes a world of difference to the farmers up and down, as you're hearing from these gentlemen here, but I don't see any sort of suggestion that we bring it in this brand new program out here, and it's going to satisfy these things. I don't see that magic solution existing at all.
Bringing in private insurers is not a solution. In fact, I think that's been shown to have major issues in the U.S. as well, so I don't see that as a solution.
There is talk of some area programs and things like that, but again, I don't think they're going to satisfy any of the situations we're dealing with here today, or concerns that have been voiced over the last five or eight years with respect to the suite of BRM programs.
Structurally, the program is very good. The details are in the parameters, and those parameters matter greatly to how it serves farmers.