We’re thinking about this and we’re trying to say, alright, well, let’s file on a patent on this clicker. If I were to go to the patent office and say, alright, I want a patent on a clicker, period. The patent officer would just laugh. You know, the clicker has been around for a while. Presentation clickers have been around for a while. And so there would be a 0% chance that you would actually get that. If we were to somehow to convince the patent office that we should be able to get on a patent on clicker, period. It would, however, be incredibly valuable. Every single clicker that was made after this point would infringe. And when it infringes, maybe we take one or two dollars each. That would be added up to be a decent amount of money. On the other end of the spectrum, let’s go to the million-word version. I go to the patent office and I say, I want a patent on this exact thing. And those million words describe every single radius, every single material, every single thing about this. And the patent officer says, yeah, we ‘ve never seen that before. Go ahead and take it. Almost 100% of chance of getting that patent, but the value of that patent would be close to zero.