What kind of binding should I use? OK, normally, with a, you know, traditional publisher that come out…you know, the rule of thumb is they come out with a hardcover book first, let it run then come out with a paperback and then, you know, whatever. With a self-publisher, I really, really recommend coming out with a paperback first, OK? It’s less expensive, number one. You don’t have to print as many. You know, you can…you know, if you got a fine amount of money to spend, you can print more than you can a hardcover book which means if you print more, you’re going to have a lower unit cost. You’re going to be able to compete actually even on the print-on-demand. The print-on-demand is set for paperback, OK? So the price, although the print-on-demand is going to be higher, you’re still going to be able to make it work money wise, OK, with a paperback book. Hardcover, later on, it’s a luxury, OK? There’s certain ones. If you’ve got a built in market, great, OK, where you can print a couple thousand of them. That’s fine if you want to do it as an (1:00) afterthought, OK, as where you’ve got a lot of paperback books and you want just enough hardcover books to take care of your friends and family, you know, you can do that but you’re not going to make money on short-run hardcover books.