Like it or not, Cirrus is now officially a Chinese company. I know that’s a bitter pill to swallow for many who viewed the Duluth, Minnesota-based company as a unique triumph of American entrepreneurial and aeronautical spirit. But let's face it, Cirrus has been owned, in essence, by Middle Eastern investors for the last decade. An argument can be made that a Chinese manufacturing consortium is a better steward for the lightplane maker than a bank in Bahrain. On the other hand, you might also make exactly the opposite argument, and I probably wouldn’t disagree with you too strongly.