Thanks...? Haha, that's fair. But honestly, we're not looking at it as free marketing. We're looking to connect with the community, open up communication lines, give Razer fans a platform and a voice. We are trying more than ever to actively listen and show our community that we are listening. It starts with rallying representatives from the community and from there we work together to take the Razer community to the next level. We're looking to build relationships. Absolutely. At the base level, the minimum requirement is being a mod or some sort of community representative. But we have plans for those who want to go further and include them in things that we do as a brand.