I might be going out on a limb here, but I think partially it could do a lot with geographic location of more original attractions. For example Tokyo, which seems to have a lot of original attractions and has a great reception to those particular attractions. They did a Tower of Terror based on an original storyline. We have a Tower of Terror based on a TV show. The reason some of the older attractions have survived so well is because they are original and classic. They are still remembered by the people who experienced them in their hey day and have been passed on like heirlooms possibly for generations to come. Sadly I think America expects a certain, shallow level of recognition these days within rides and attractions. If they don't recognize it from somewhere, it will fail. That's the level we're on now.