The only kind of lapse I've had is forgetting what the bid is because of distractions in the crowd. Benefit auctions are totally, totally different from, say, when I'm selling in a gallery. When I'm in a gallery, we're flying fast and I'm thinking about the next item coming up, knowing what I'm selling, looking for the people making the next bid. I'm reading the crowd and a lot is going on and I'm going through my chat, I'm whipping through. But at a benefit auction, you have buyers who aren't used to going to an auction. They're going to a fundraising event. You slow down the chant a bit and you're playing with the crowd; it's more theatrics. So I know I have to get extra focused so I don't forget where I am. If you're at $10,000, you don't want to slip and think you're at $8,000.