I confess that I might be biased when I compare the huge number of agencies and regulations that govern the operation of a boatyard compared to most other businesses, but I believe we are inundated by a significant factor. Clearly, these regulatory agencies and their rules exist for very important reasons. Therefore, this observation is not intended to be critical. Yes, there is some regulatory duplication, but the core issue is more than just the quantity and costs of being compliant with all these rules. Rather it is the lack of a level playing field when it comes to these laws. And, for the companies that choose not to be in compliance, what are the consequences, if any?