I've been curious as to how many people buy electronics, clothing, or other items used or new. When the economy tightens, the seconhand markets seem to flourish. Although the major corporations are starting to see a sales slump, some markets have done better because people stopped buying new (or stopped being able to buy new?) with how things are financially. What's your outlook on the future of retail and commercial goods in America, Europe, Asia, and the global marketplace? Do you see people buying new still, will it be a 50/50 between new and used, or will most people only buy new if they have to?