As we have discussions of Bertram and it's place within Ferretti and we see other acquisitions where changes haven't worked out, there is one recent acquisition that appears to have great potential. Now it's not in the "Yacht" world but still the same synergy could apply if. Beneteau acquired Rec Holdings which had been owned for 4+ years by Platinum, an investment firm. Previously the brands were part of Genmar. Those brands are Glastron, Four Winns, Wellcraft, and Scarab. The benefit to Rec Holdings is knowing who will own as previously it was just wait and see. But more it's access to Beneteau's dealer network. Basically it's the ability to show and talk to 400+ dealers, primarily in Europe. The indication is that many of those dealers will take on one or more of the lines. The benefit to the Beneteau brand is initially to their outboards. Rec Holdings has the capacity to manufacture these in the US. And immediately, Rec Holdings will be marketing them in the US. Previously only the two Barracuda models of 7 and 9 meters were sold to the US market. There are 4 Antares outboard models from 5.8 to 8.8 meters. There are 9 Flyer models from 5 to 8.5 meters. This has huge potential as outboards are a growing market while stern drives continue to falter. For the most part Rec Holdings has no boats similar to these 15 models. So the acquisition really serves the purpose of opening markets to all the brands involved. And there was a real plan from the date of acquisition. What the results will be, we don't know. But we do know that there is a plan to make the whole greater than the two were and to build based on some obvious opportunity.