In terms of the potential draft pools, or how we will work that out, it is really just an idea. I used the 50's/60's as an example. It could end up being a case where we just introduce new players and add the cut players to the available list, but there could be more benefit to longevity if there was also a further incentive for the teams who may be a few pieces away from contending for whatever reason. In terms of contracts, I do feel that with a hard salary cap, it almost eliminates the need for this, however it would need to be an agreed upon structure, something simplistic to avoid confusion. The other idea is making is so that only a certain amount of keepers can carry over from one year to the next, again, just an idea, but it would be something if each owner could only save let's say six guys each off season. It really drives home a draft strategy, keeps all owners on their toes, sure you can build an excellent team with six perennials, but what if each year you had to slightly rebuild your roster and stay under a cap, the talent pool would always be large enough to entice people to stay. Anyone can tell me if that idea sounds too far fetched.