I think there are real opportunities, both for the Long Beach Comic Con, and some of these other events that we've been talking about, to really use the engagement at the event as, I don't want to say as a pretext, but as a moment to work towards, and to use that to build relationships. Or to have conversations, or to get maybe people thinking about science and craft, who don't normally put those together. I'm just thinking, about the power of the event to actually enable a lot of slower stuff. The Wednesday night, and Wednesday afternoon meetings, or Saturday morning meetings. Like, "Let's build the thing that we're going to bring to the con." Or, "let's work on our parade costumes, how we're going to make the planets." I just think those crafting events, or those slower moving things, but that are related to the event, that are gearing up to the event, those can be really powerful learning opportunities. And I know, that's not happening on the same scale, as the thousands of people who go to the con, but I think those can be really powerful. And then, the event itself could draw more people into that process for the next cycle. That's just a reflection, and maybe a slightly different way of thinking about the reason to be at the event. I know you want to engage people in thinking about science in other spaces, but the work shopping part, I think, can be also quite powerful.