Well, if you’re talking about the first time, I would’ve liked to have seen a lot of the exhibits that needed to be totally knocked down and rebuilt done, and that never happened. I would have liked to have seen the collection change from what it turned into. And that brings me back to what happened to the zoo when Reed left in ’84 and Robinson took over. Mike’s attitude on the zoo was that he only had one interest in his plans. And that was to create exhibits for small things, for invertebrates, insects, whatever. And as a result, he allowed the rest of the zoo to deteriorate to the point where we lost probably 75% our hoofstock. We lost a huge number of our bird collection. Small mammal collection was going downhill.