I get excited too quickly on these subjects, as you can tell.
I think Vince said something really important, and so did DMZ. DMZ almost invented this concept in Canada. It's the fact that today most hardware prototypes require less than $5,000 to build. I told you about that guy who built the weapon system, which was a heads-up display helmet with a camera on the head of an airplane. The one-metre wing span airplane was flying like the stuff I see at the Heathrow or Le Bourget air shows. It cost him $850.
You have to bring things back into perspective. Ninety-nine per cent of prototypes will cost less than $20,000. We're not talking about the seed money spectrum. What we're talking about is a whole quantity, with the proper management system over it, and our metrics have to be for both labour and value.