I think you do a lot of homework and prep work heading into the trade deadline, and it’s different than the draft. You do a lot of prep work for the draft, but you always end up drafting 30, 40 guys no matter what you do and you come away feeling like, “OK, we’ve done all that work, here’s the reward for it.” The pro scouting department, it’s a little bit different. It’s all on speculation, and you’re just gathering information and gathering intelligence. The chance that the information is used at all is very small. It can be a frustrating part of the business in that way, with how much work goes into it.