Thanks for the info, I see that you all are both tenured pilots for Continental and appreciate your insider's perspective. My next question regards your outlook for the future...is it possible that these capacity cuts will benefit the airlines in the long run b/c those routes that were cut were (i would assume) the ones that failed to cover the margins of which you spoke earlier? Does Continental's recent success confer any sort of advantage for its future (i.e less debt)? As I see it right now, airlines are undergoing cost cutting efforts that may prove to be rather beneficial when the economy finally hits the proverbial bottom and begins to rise...is this accurate? Also, is Continental in a better situation to manage this situation because of the structure of its respective pay scales, much has been made of union-led raises at Delta, United, and American which, undoubtedly, is a hindrance at a time like this. Last week's shutdown and its residual effects have proven to Americans what a vital role the airlines play in the proper function of our commercial system. My feeling is that increasing emphasis will be placed on this sector of the economy and, with a little government aid and an economic recovery, the airline industry will regain its strength. Despite a temporary decline in demand, the industry has not been fundamentally changed and an argument could even be made that investors will pay increasing amounts of attention to airline stocks now that the importance of the sector has been brought under the national spotlight. As you may be able to tell, I am a known bull. Anyway, please share your thoughts on this analysis...I understand that you all have a much broader scope of ideas from which to draw. Thanks in advance.