Four color process, OK, that’s a term you hear for…to describe how the printing…you know, printing of covers and you also hear it as, you know, children’s books, OK, illustrated children’s book that they’re printing four color and people say, “Oh, I got a lot more colors than that.” Generally, you know, everything is printed up out of four colors and the four colors are all CMYK, OK? They’re blue, yellow, red and black that’s used as a toner. Now one of the tricks with the…or with self-publishing novices is they look a color up on the computer screen. OK, the computer screen is different. Computer screen is RGB, right? Red, green, blue, OK? They’re light, OK? A 100% of light, OK, equals white. A 100% of color…CMYK is pigment. A 100% of color equals black, OK? Only about 80% of the light color spectrum can be made up at a (1:00) CMYK. So you get a…especially when you get into children’s books and you get…you know, using, you know, some wild, you know, colors, OK, you’re not necessarily going to reproduce them all out of the CMYK, OK, or out of the four color process. Generally speaking, it’s just a word, OK? “Oh, my color…you know, my cover’s four color.” Great, that’s what it is. It goes on a four color press. It prints and that’s all you need to know about it.