Alright, here's a question for you guys. Since the 1970s, the energy cost of a refrigerator was about 2.4 kW/h a day. Since then that figure has fallen by a factor of about 4, to about .6kW/h a day and reducing our electricity generation needs by about 40 Gigawatts. As you know, what with rising oil prices and the blackouts this summer we are in a bit of an energy crunch. Would you be alright if the government went in and changed the regulations on residential refrigerators and required that all new refrigerators built and sold in the United States could not consume more than 400 watts a day? The technology already exists to go under that, and many refrigerators already on the market do, but by requiring the reduction we'd end up saving a lot of energy that would have otherwise probably have been imported from overseas or Canada as natural gas, increasing our foriegn energy dependency and CO2 emissions. Do you think this would be just?