There are really only two scenarios that seem to make sense here for why the downward revision was so severe, and neither one looks particularly impressive for Potash’s management. First, the company was blind-sided by far worse operating conditions than they were prepared to handle, or conversely and probably more likely was the company knew that the quarter was going to be really bad and decided not to revise its earlier profit predictions. Now, guidance is a slippery issue because I don’t know exactly what the possible implications are of misleading shareholders and investors, and as Mr. Ogg notes, it does raise the potential for a lawsuit, in an extreme case. What is clear, is that it does create animosity and distrust between management and shareholders. This will be a situation that we will monitor in the coming weeks.