Yes, I would and I would do it sooner rather than later. And faster. I think in today's startup culture we have a pretty flat company culture and in that company culture, everyone has a say and people wanted more soft things, more clear direction, etc. And as the management, we took initiative to deliver those things to the people. However, it seems to us that this wasn't what they wanted or needed and simply because now, when we see where those people went, they actually went to quite rigid institutions in some cases, where there is no flat company culture. There is a very clear structure of responsibility and KPI's and your voice is not heard often in such organizations. So to me, it's shocking. It seems that we try to please the employees given that we had this flat company culture and they wanted a strong hand instead. And I guess this is also my mistake because an average employee cannot have a saying in the company's direction, they do not have all the details, they do not understand all the pressures and opportunities. So when you open up and give the power to employees, sometimes they do not know what to do with this power, because it's overwhelming to them and they start making wrong decisions. And in this case, we might have had a situation where they have disagreed with companies direction, but it wasn't up to them to decide where the company was going, although we included them in the decision-making process. We even launched additional direction but that didn't help with the dissent in general against the company's direction. So essentially they became powerful as well and if their views on the company's direction clashed, they felt that they need to leave. In a traditional company where there's tough control from the top, there wouldn't be such a discussion at all. They would accept it may be easier. So flat culture - not for all the companies. That's my conclusion. I guess you can have a flat culture with people that you work with for quite a few years together and they are senior, you understand each other. But with others, I would say, you have to earn your right to have a say, and giving a say to everyone is a bad idea from my experience.