That's fine with me reg, don't worry about the question. Different people have different points of view on the pricing. With my very recent violin hunting experience, I found that the pricing is also affected by supply and demand. I mean the timing, just like the housing market. At the moment, all the music activities have been restarted after two years of lockdown. I had a feeling that everyone is upgrading the instrument at the moment as the violin stock at all our local string shops are extremely low, especially the antique violins. So I think the pricing for old violins currently in my area would be a lot higher. But again, all my thoughts were based on my limited experience.