I'm sure if that were 6% of the general public, it'd be huge news. But if you accept the fact that of the 90% of Americans who own radios, only a fraction are daily users and only around 10% of those are rock radio listeners. But, hey, they're the ones who led the FM revolution. And we already have two stations playing rare tracks. One classic rare tracks and the other one regional/local artists. Those are the stations that'll get some traction. Would help if there were some promotion, but there's your chicken-and-egg argument, again.