I appreciate your support for our representative nomination process. With all due respect, the vividly imagined scenario you describe, of some nefarious Board of Directors trying to pull a fast one over MRI’s intelligent, aware and committed shareholders is theoretical and –given the engagement of MRI shareholders – highly unlikely. I’m sure you didn’t intend for your educational message about voting and nomination processes to sow distrust or imply that THEY – our friends, neighbors and relatives who are willing to serve as MRI Directors and Officers and who are elected by the shareholders – are secretly en route to normalizing bad corporate behavior. It is, as you say, important for MRI shareholders to become and remain involved, and for shareholders to nominate and vote. That positive message encouraging shareholder engagement contributes to a strong, trusting, community fabric. A strong community fabric will help us protect this place we all love.