They are not taking orders from civilians, but the F-22 is about $119 million a copy in 2002 dollars. There are eight of the airplanes now at Edwards AFB in test, and the airplane is in low-rate production. The current plan is for it to become operational in 2005, and from 295 to 339 airplanes are on the current order book-the exact amount to be determined by exactly how much they cost. The F-35 will be in the $40 to $45 million range with the conventional airplane the lowest cost, the STOVL version next, and the carrier airplane the most expensive. Apparently the complexity of the carrier airplane?things like folding wings?adds more to cost than does the complexity of the STOVL system. Two F-35s were built for the fly-off that resulted in the award of the contract. The first flight of a conforming aircraft will be in 2005, and first deliveries of the airplanes are planned for 2008. There's a potential for 6,000 F-35s worldwide (half for our services), and some allies are participating in the development program. If that number sounds like a lot of airplanes, 4,000 F-16s have been built and the production line is still active.