I think the amendments that have been proposed by the major grain supply chain stakeholders have been very carefully considered based on a great deal of experience. I believe they are worthy, have merit, will improve the efficiency and the responsiveness of the system, and speak to the need that has been spoken to by the last presenter, which is the transparency of data that is obligated to be provided, gathered, and published in a very timely fashion. I really appreciate the remarks that it should be no less robust and transparent than users of the system, shippers, have in the United States.
The implications would potentially be lost opportunity. Secondly, there's potential for another precipitous and perhaps economically damaging intervention in the future if we ever again face the kind of circumstances we did three crop years ago. Ultimately, an awful lot of time and effort were wasted in doing better. Doing better is absolutely essential to our economy.