At Eradani, what we’re trying to do is encourage people to look and see what are all the other things you can do? How can you make that IBM i environment antifragile and to thrive on change? Because the reality is that the IBM i is not the green screen only, RPG only, DB2 only environment of applications that have been built over the last many, many years. That may be the core of what it does, but you can do all of this great new stuff with it. There are all kinds of new things you can do, and you can do the latest in Windows interfaces, in web interfaces, in mobile interfaces. You can do service interfaces. You can run open source. All of those things are available. In fact, there’s very little that you can do on a Linux or a Windows platform that you cannot do on the IBM i, so it is a great platform for new technology, and so with that, I’m going to wrap this up. We do have our next webinar coming up, which is going to be talking about the whole idea of services and service enabling your IBM i and using services from within your IBM i program. We haven’t set a date for that, but we will notify everybody as soon as that date is set in stone so that you can come to it, and you can always check out the Eradani website to find out what the latest is and what we’re doing, and with that, I think I’m going to turn things back to Callie to see if we have any questions in Q&A.