I agree. Their purchase of Cameron Health which produces the only wireless defibrillator is a game changer. Too many issues with the wires on current defibrillators. But the pullback today may reflect the recent article by Consumer Report that calls for more testing of medical devices and no fast tracking. Also, the wireless defibrillator by Cameron Health probably won't be approved until 2013. I am not aware of other important products in their pipeline. Can you expand on this?