Thanks for the comprehensive update. But why are they selling the A shares and keeping their B shares? I'll be honest, I lost some interest in investing in this company when they split into A and B shares as I didn't fully understand the difference between the two (other than voting rights). The A and B shares seem to move in lockstep, so what is the advantage to owning one over the other? There must be a reason Levra et. al. are keeping the B shares.