What separates my look and style, I think - and this was a little bit shocking to me moving here from even Wisconsin, which of course things are very behind the times - regardless of the money that's here that's being spent on these multimillion dollar mansions, the lack of knowledge in European products, and things that are hip and new and different and high-tech, is very much lacking here. That has been a surprise. So over the last couple of years, I've kind of got the pleasure - and now, with opening a showroom - of needing to introduce and show people stuff they've never seen before. I mean, it's just that simple. So there are so many amazing products across the world: from cabinetry styles, to technology, to finishes, to bathroom design, to wall coverings, to closets and electronics and lighting and cabinets. I mean, it's so different. Appliances, it changes so quickly that people are not up with it. And a builder, typically, is too busy to stay up with it, because it's hard for me to keep up with it even in you know, this is what I do full time. Even with the lines that I carry, I see what's coming out two years from now and it will blow people away. So my look is very much a wow factor - it's not for everybody. I mean, if you want a white kitchen I can do it, no problem. But that's not typically my client. Mine wants to go edgy a little bit, they want the quality and they want the service. And also, there's a warmth and probably an artistic quality to all the stuff that I do. As my showroom gets finished, it will really have an awe, or an inspirational, with colors and light and music and things like that.