All the consolidation is giving semiconductor companies more pricing leverage. Also, designs are getting more chip specific, so if you get a design win it’s for the life of that product. Granted, that might only be 1-year, but you get good pricing power for that year. There’s little pressure to reduce prices 3% per quarter the way there used to be. The pressure is on pricing for the next design win, and now there are fewer and fewer competitors. I’m pretty bullish overall on semiconductors.