The thing about Mike is that I often thought that in some ways (not all, of course) he was another me. That is, we were often interested in the same thing and doing the same types of research. He read WW patents to find out about new programs. I did that for years before I every heard of him. He read the WW earnings call transcripts, so did I. In my prior non-retired life, I did a lot of researching of things and it takes a certain type of mind (an interest in details and not finding the research tedious) and he had that same type of mind (not very common). So, often when I came here to ask a question, I knew it was a question that would appeal to Mike. If he hadn't already researched it, he would be off to research it. Even now, when I think of certain questions issues, I think about what Mike would have said, how he would have researched it. I guess what I am saying is that he had a similar analytical type mind to me and it isn't often that I come across that. He is very much missed by me.