Sorry, I wasn't picking on you, James. I was picking on the prevailing OEM mindset. There cannot be differentiation before the basic foundation has been laid. One thing Mulally is doing differently, is bring a newfound discipline and long-term focus to systematically develop Ford's entries in five core segments: Fusion, Focus, Escape, Explorer...and Fiesta. Focus, Fiesta and Escape are at or near the top of their segments already; they are working very hard on getting Fusion there; Explorer still needs a lot more tweaking. Chrysler needs to commit to establishing 200 into a top segment choice, no ifs or buts. Then all-new T&C is coming: in addition to launching it successfully, it needs to make sure they lay down a solid plan to transition Caravan owners into T&C; just assuming people will find their way is not enough. Meanwhile, Chrysler needs to continue growing the 300 franchise, changing it altogether will result in a loss of forward momentum. Then Chrysler can add another entry: either the 100 or a CUV, and committing the long time and sizable funds needed to establishing that nameplate as a top entry in its segment. At that point, time's up for the 5-year plan.