I think we're certainly going to have to look at our strategies. It would have some detrimental effects on those. We are putting our strategies and our pricing in the hands of merchants and consumer choice. If that choice is not available to them, then we would have to revert back and look at our strategies.
I think it would be very detrimental to Interac's future. I'm the CEO of Interac and the custodian of the brand, and priority routing also causes confusion with respect to the brand. A consumer may think they are doing an Interac transaction when in fact they are using a competing brand, with all of its different terms and services, and so forth. I think the Interac brand is very strong in the Canadian marketplace. I know it is very strong with respect to the merchants. We have a history of partnership and clear and transparent dealings with the merchants. Our strategy is based on merchants being able to choose and or influence the choice of consumers.