Well, we had a very different approach. We knew that to build on enterprise software infrastructure platform that was going to help people adopt more cloud computing, was going to be something that required financing. So we raised over the course of seven years, I think we did seven rounds of financing that totaled about $230 million from some very good venture capitalist investors who certainly... For us was it was a huge difference, not only the capital, but also the advice. The company would not be where it is today without the support, and guidance, and advice and feedback that we got. Which wasn't always nice, because their job is to help you create shareholder value, it's not about being friends. But certainly we got a lot of value, not just in the capital, which obviously was key to grow the business, but also in the guidance and advice we got from some of our board members. Ben Horowitz from Andreessen Horowitz, who's still on our board Aneel Bhusri from Workday and Greylock, Pat Grady from Sequoia capital. I saw Therese, if I'm not mistaken, you ended up ultimately taking financing from Silverlake, is that not right?