It's not good or bad news except in as much as it's going to create more opportunities for competitors such as ourselves to negotiate contracts with Dell and IBM, ... We're successfully creating a lot of interest in the marketplace, but unless our bigger competitor is restrained from doing some of the things it has been doing in the marketplace, it's going to be difficult for us to deliver to the customer.
The only inadvertent sort of thing is it sets us up as an eitheror, ... You're either with Microsoft or you're against them. The market doesn't want to hear that. The market wants suppliers who have customers' interests in mind. The perception is somehow that we want Microsoft users to fail. We want Microsoft users to succeed better than before.