Basically, there’s two different typefaces, right, or types of typefaces, OK? And they’re either Serif type or they’re non-Serif type, OK. For your Serif type, it’s your Times New Roman, OK, which is your standard type that you see in Microsoft Word. Your standard non-Serif type is Helvetica which you can see is used a lot, you know, for headlines. Everything else is like a variation of that. I mean generally, you use a Serif type if you’ve got, you know, more than a few pages. You use a non-Serif type, you know, in advertising and for, you know, highlight and for breakouts and things. Generally, I would not use the New Times Roman only because, you know, there’s a lot of do-it-yourselfers out there, OK, and they all…you know, there’s more than one typeface available. When I see something that’s in New Times Roman, I think, “Oh, God, a guy did it himself.” (1:00) OK, because, you know, there’s other…play with it a little bit, OK, but it should be you know, readable, OK? There’s plenty of them out there. There’s plenty of them loaded in Word, OK? Just pick one and, you know, stay away generally from the Sans Serif or, you know, the Helveticas, you know, other than like for heads maybe.