Hi Brian, entrepreneurs need to get the same credit for stopping something as they do for starting something. I am a fan of Recurrency and think that you’ve build an amazing product with your team. It’s sad to see it go but congrats on making the decision to go a different path. Stopping something is much more difficult after investing your happiness, time, and sweat into it — forget the money. It’s a mission driven company. I’d like to ask you this question. What if, what if this was your first company and you and your co-founders had no investors? What would you do at this point with Recurrency? Second question: If the margins are so little, why did you start to begin with and why did jason invest in? I’m sure your team and jason wouldn’t start something that is living off of investors.