The closeouts aren’t a big cash draw, sure the good $11 ones are being gamed by their API advantage. The big score is getting those $12 domains into the hundreds, that is the big score for the house. I don’t know their current ownership count, but it looks like their headed to holding 7 million domains, at this point would be be wise to continue to spend $15-20M a year acquiring names via another platform. I saw domaining in 2007-2008 when the markets crashed, and things dried up pretty bad, it was probably the best time to acquire premium names as people had to balance other debts, and had to sell fast. So of such a day came, the cost to carry huge domains portfolio, alongside slowing sales will be a huge cash burn. A lot of their payment plans would default also. I can’t see a company owning 7 million domains, continue to spend so heavily into one space, without hedging for some kind of downturn. There has to be something more there for them. It wasn’t so bad when they came in late 2015, but at this point I’m ok taking a step back, and playing their bidding strategy and letting them have it, but as I saw today they were heavily involved in pushing prices into mid hundreds, but did not win even 1 of the 8 auctions I saw. So effectively from the house point of view they must have made about an extra $2000, that the eventual winner had to pay based on their particpation.