Again, you have to be clear about the distinction between cleanup costs and secondary costs. BP is paying all cleanup costs, which was what I was referring to. They've said that since the beginning, and there's no question about whether they will fall through on that. For secondary costs (e.g. lost wages/tourism revenue), BP has remained noncommittal on exactly how far beyond their obligations they will go, but they will likely end up paying out most of that amount anyways, whether voluntarily or through lawsuits.Moveover, BP has ONLY pledged to remedy direct costs. There too, direct costs have a degree of subjectivity to them.