Yeah, but part of that was out of necessity. When Jeff [Jarrett] left, I was in a position of having to try to build a match for Bound for Glory from scratch. I mention in my book that the easiest thing to do is to just say "I respect you brother, but when I get out there I only know one way to wrestle," and that's boring and it's the easy way out. I did not want to do a second heel turn in a year – I mean, I fought it off for eight years in WWE – and so I understand where there could be some confusion, but in that case, I was doing what I thought was best for everybody. But I think people have to remember that sometimes the best characters are painted in shades of gray. Real-life people are very seldom black and white. I'm very happy with what I've done with the character. I think stepping out and taking chances is something that makes the business interesting for me. I'm not really interested in being the same guy all the time.