Question, “What’s a bleed?” Alright, who knows…I’ve been in the printing business for 40 years. Who knows where that term came from but what it is, if the printing goes off the edge of the sheet of paper, right? The image goes off the edge of sheet of paper, that’s called “bleed”, OK? And they talk about…you know, “We need an 1/8-inch bleed.” What that is, it’s to compensate for the equipment, OK, at the printing company that they’re…they can vary, you know, up to an 1/8 inch, OK? So you put in an extra 1/8 inch of image on, you know, generally, covers or whether it’d be pictures inside and if he’s off the 1/8 inch, it’ll still, you know, bleed off the page, OK? That’s all it is. I mean they…people, they ask for more bleed. They don’t need more bleed. I mean the tolerance is 1/8 inch and the way they…actually, the technology has gone…they’re hitting much closer. I mean rarely, rarely, rarely do we ever see a (1:00) printer bounce around that much anymore.