A little background may be helpful. As you are probably aware, the major airlines were in an overcapacity situation long before September 11th. There were too many airline seats going to the same places. Remember the clear, blue days when La Guardia looked more like the Grand Central Parkway on a Friday than an airport? Too many seats translate into not enough revenue to go around. Too many airplanes waiting for takeoff translates into frustrated passengers, especially business people. With the economy beginning to slump, the business people began to limit their travel. When they did travel, they started to do more airline shopping. Our airline started losing the business people to smaller, cut-rate carriers. We also lost our business people to places like www.priceline.com, or we lost them to teleconferencing. Our business folks are the ones who pay the premium dollars. Their revenue made up for the families that had purchased the once-in-a-lifetime, heavily discounted ticket to Disney World. Regardless, our management felt that we had a premium product. Business people would still be willing to pay a premium price because we were a premium airline. As you know, that philosophy is still not working.