Most shareholders of undermanaged or poorly managed companies vote with their feet rather than push for changes in management, board composition, or strategy. So, poor management persists because shareholders aren’t willing to do anything about it, which we think is an abdication of responsible ownership and fiduciary duty. But even if big shareholders have a willingness to take on a public company, most firms don’t have the experience, resources or skill set to do so. We think the fact that we have that ability when others don’t is a big opportunity. The private equity business was built around taking over companies and doing what shareholders should have gotten done. Most private equity firms do not possess secret sauce in terms of management expertise they’re financial engineers. The amazing thing is that the same shareholders who do nothing to effect change at a poorly managed company before a private equity firm comes in to take over line up to pay a stupid multiple for the company when it comes public again.