This situation is created largely by the lack of marketing options presently avaiable to Canadian producers. If they had the ability to export from both coasts and to the U.S. the production mix problems wouldn't be a problem. U.S. refiners have made big investments in processing Heavy Sour Crude so they want that more than the Light(especially at the discounts we have now) but there is a good market in Asia for Light Crude, you just don't have that selling option now. The Suncor thinking seems to stem from continuing to look at the North America market as the future selling destination.