Let me ask you a quick question. If I came to you and told you I could lock in your gas prices at $2.50 a gallon with a small increase each year for the next 20 years, and all you had to do was put a sticker on the rooftop of your car so every time you went to a gas station, it read it and reset your pricing… would you do it? Who wouldn’t? That’s the exact same thing we’re doing here. Where gas prices fluctuate up and down constantly, but mostly up, so do energy prices. When you lock it in at a rate lower than you’re paying today, and the annual increase is less than the historic annual increase and well below the expected annual increase, that makes sense, doesn’t it?