So, let me be sure I have this right. You have a boat you like but it's overpropped. You just paid $3.5 million. You'd recommend selling it for $2.7 million and buying another boat you don't like rather than repitching the props. Yes, I know you were joking. Unfortunately, I've been around so many cases of wrong props on new delivered boats. On small boats on the lake it was a regular issue with US builders and it appeared to be worst, or at the very least most noticed, in higher performance boats. However, recently, I've seen the problem from several well regarded builders in the US, Europe and Asia. In some cases, I think they're testing with virtually no load on the boat. Other cases, I have no idea what their problem is. Now, I will add one issue on new boats and that is that many I've had have gained performance, gained RPM, during their break in and up to their first 50 hours. However, if RPM is on spec at the outset, I'm happy with gaining 50 or so.