Thanks very much for your question. We will make sure that you have the detailed annex that we submitted as part of our remarks this morning, with pleasure.
I have just a couple of quick thoughts. If you go ahead and make the changes we've outlined in relation to “suitable and adequate”, I think it would go a long way to speaking to what you're talking about. It's the same thing with our suggested changes on the long-haul interswitching that we were just talking about.
Really, for me, I think the easiest change at this point with this bill is to really give the agency the power to investigate on its own if something doesn't pass the sniff test, let's call it. You know how it works. Our unique geography is what makes us such an incredible nation, but the realities of what you've just touched on.... I mean, think about it. Any time you make a large purchase.... Imagine you're trying to buy a pickup truck. You're living in one of those communities you're talking about and there's only one dealer in town. You're not looking forward to what you're going to have to pay, and you're probably not looking forward to what your after-service might be, so if by chance something does go wrong, it would be great to have our watchdog able to look at those things to make sure these communities are getting the service they deserve.