Yes, I think there are flavors of design. And one of the flavors of design in Montreal is that we’re a multi-cultural society. And when you start playing Assassin’s Creed, the first one-when you open it the first screen says, “This game was designed by a multi-cultural team,” and that’s impressive. Assassin’s Creed would have never be able to be developed in the States or in Europe or anywhere else in the world. Because to confront the hard topics that they’re confronting in Assassin’s Creed, the first one, religion-the multiple religions coming like that you have to have an open point of view to other cultures. So, I think that in Canada, in Montreal, uh, especially, there’s this-all this culture is coming in and then one thing that I love, for example, when I’m in Canada I can speak Spanish and people will be-will-will like to speak to me in Spanish. I don’t have to be assimilated. Here, in the States, you have to be assimilated. If you don’t speak Spanish-if you don’t speak English there’s a problem. While, in Canada, they’re more open. It’s about respecting different cultures so that create a different design-a different design taste.