Just as TSM dominates the semi foundry business, it fully has the capacity to dominate MEMS by leveraging its wide and varied semi technologies and large customer base to totally dominate the rapidly expanding and diversifying MEMs business. Due to its extremely wide variety of applications and totally new untapped areas, MEMS in combination with semis could open entirely new product categories and greatly expand existing ones. I feel their is no reason why TSM can't leverage semis and MEMS in a way no other company can even come close to. The only problem I see is the capacity of TSM to grow and I easily see TSM doubling or even tripling in size in the next five years if they feel they can handle the growth. The only impediment I see to this is the ability to attract and train the additional talent to pull off such a rate of growth. This growth is already feeding on itself as they put more and more distance between them and the competition. On this issue, I'm have no doubt TSM has mastered maximizing and training talent to its full potential. Any thoughts or comments on this appreciated.