Thank you very much. I'm sure that would be a big help.
I wonder if you could give us your expert opinion on the technological constraints. Mr. Angus raised a couple of interesting issues where Bell and other service providers have gone into bandwidth management and so on and so forth. Some may see some of that activity as being nefarious, trying to squeeze the best they can out of the resource. Others would see it as the sheer reality that there is a finite volume, and until we get to more and more new technology of compression and other ways of managing things, then in fact to be able to broadcast on Internet at this point is relatively constrained, realistically speaking. I don't know if you would agree with that assessment or not.
What else has to happen, in your judgment? If you were in a science fiction movie and you could create whatever you wanted, what else has to happen for it to be practical for us to be able to telecast, virtually, on the Internet?