Thanks Tim for your comment. We agree that weeding out bad BPs is an important initiative but we don't believe that lists are helping this effort. There are plenty of lists published by prominent BPs and that has not led to much in terms of assuring the top 21 are in compliance with the BP agreement. Furthermore, since many BPs have not disclosed their ownership we believe there is still not enough public information available. There are some great third party rating initiatives and voting proxies that we believe are better suited to recommend BPs than candidates that may or may not be conflicted.