Question I get a lot is, you know, “Should I…” You know, “Do I need a professional designer to design my book, book cover?” And I use the example I…you know, I’m like a…I consider myself like a half of a designer. I mean I know how to use word art and I’ve got a son who is a graphic artist and over the years, even, you know, when he was little, I would spend hours and hours and hours working on my word art masterpiece, OK? And that was the, you know, do-it-yourself or I-did-it. Look at that. I’d give it to him and 20 minutes later, would come back to me and it would look beautiful and I look next to mine and I say, “Oh, my God. You know, I can’t believe I just did that,” you know, the…you know, there’s times to spend money, there’s times to save money, OK? I wouldn’t…if your plan is you’re going to be out there in a marketplace, you don’t…it’s OK to be, you know…have a certain amount of do-it-yourself elements but you don’t want the book to look (1:00) handmade. You don’t want it to look like it was, you know…that you did it, OK, and that your day job is really auto mechanic, OK? You know, you want the book to look like a book because people are going to compare it when they, you know, see it and they’re going to compare it to the large publishers.