It's actually quite early to tell. In Uruguay, the cannabis stores only opened very recently, within a matter of weeks ago. Probably the best evidence, and I think Beau could probably speak to this better than I can, would come from Colorado and Washington where the retail stores have been open for a couple of years.
It's quite difficult to estimate the degree to which the criminal market has been undermined. While I think some people have estimated that as much as 60% of the market has now moved into the legal sphere, there is an issue in that those states border other states that are still prohibitionist, so a lot of people are obviously crossing state lines, buying cannabis in the legalized places and then leaving again. It's quite difficult to make an estimate. I would bounce that question over to Beau if he's happy to take it.