I think part of the dispute is what assumptions people are making. I think if people assume the municipal broadbands will be like municipal water and you are forced to have it with no competition at whatever price they set, then you would see it as the government taking over the market. Like I have indicated, this is something my city is doing and it is the exact opposite. The city is creating the network, but anybody can access the fiber network to deliver their services, and in that sense, it is doing the exact opposite of what the former people seem to believe. We are not a huge market and I suspect that until the city finishes all the fiber we will not see a lot of competition off it, but eventually any company in the world could compete with any other company in the world to provide telephone, TV, internet over it up to the gig per second or whatever it is data capabilities.