I kind of feel that working alone is actually a bit of a detriment, myself. Um, like I was - I studied film in school, and I worked alone most of the time just making my own little projects. And only in my later years at college, I started working with a partner. And then, when you work with one other person, it's - you don't make, you know, twice the amount of work. You don't make like four or five times, you know. It's a multiplayer. Um, so, definitely I am looking forward to, you know, expanding out to what I'm doing, because I think, you know, you, you really need that. Yeah. I mean the thing about videogames is that everything you see on the screen was made from scratch. You know, it, it didn't just magically appear. There is no just, um, common stock library that every developer picks and chooses things from. Um, everything is just constructed from nothing. Um, so, there is something that happens when you have basically one brain just creating every single stupid detail in the world. And, you know, you're basically just creating this entire universe all from one brain. Um, so, there is a - just a cohesiveness that I feel, um, is so much easier to achieve when your team is so much smaller. Um, yeah.