Let’s talk a little bit about Trade Customs, OK? It’s come down to, you know, you’re to print buying, all part of that process now, OK? Any printer that gives you a price, if you flip the quote over, it’s going to be a whole list of Trade Customs. These have been around since the ‘40s I think. You’re going to have to be familiar with them, OK? You got to…you know, that’s the rules, OK? The rules in which you’re buying, you know, printing. The one thing for sure that you absolutely have to do as a self-publisher is you must remove the word “perfect” from your vocabulary, OK? There’s absolutely…I mean there’s no room for that word in the printing process, OK? The Trade Customs govern just what is acceptable, OK? We talked about bleed, 8-inch top/bottom, whatever that…you know, the books are going to vary, OK? Do you have to look at every book like you’re (1:00) looking at a frame print that you’re selling for $10,000? No, OK? That’s, you know…you look generally. Are the books, you know…are they acceptable? They’re going to vary the color. It is going to vary a little bit. Text is going to vary a little bit. The trimming might vary a little bit, OK? So when, you know, you’re buying, remember, you’re now a self-publisher. You’re going to be making all the money of that as a publisher but you got the responsibility of a publisher too, OK? So just be…just like you would when you think about opening up an auto repair shop without learning about automobiles or, you know, learn a little bit about automobiles. Don’t think you’re going to get in the publishing business without learning something about publishing.