In terms of the dividend, we basically indicated that we thought we could keep the payout ratio around 60% in 2015 when we became a cash taxpayer. It’s not really a litmus test, and there is certainly wiggle room from there, so it’s just where we thought we would be at the time that we indicated that. And so it’s not set in stone, basically, that if we get above 60% we have to take action. So we’re good with the dividend. We’re comfortable with the dividend where it is, and we’re comfortable looking out a few years to the time when we become a [full cash] taxpayer, that, based on our business plans today, we would not have to change the dividend.