DTJ: I would come up with something good. I mean, I think we'd keep it to the upland-type birds. You know, that's how I've introduced anyone that I've ever introduced to hunting. And I've taken some of these people that are city people, and just take them on a walk-up—go shoot some clays, and then take them on a walk-up. And not one of those people has ever turned to me and [not] said, "You know, that was one the greatest weekends I've ever had in my life." You just need to get people into it. You need to be a mentor. And that's what we need more of in this industry: mentors. To get rid of, you know, some of the difficulties, the barriers of entry, which are a little bit intimidating at times. So being able to create that, open up those doors, create some new hunters, and bring the next generation of hunters into the game.