In the book Generations of Style the author states that Claudio Del Vecchio, who purchased the company in 2001 wants to return Brooks to its glory years of the first half of the last century. That means vastly improving the quality standards and offering items that are more traditional and true to the company's roots than what was offered during the nineties. It seems to be common knowledge that the nineties were the "dark days" of the brand where everything from quality to selection was very poor. Now three to four years into his turnaround effort do you think Mr. Del Vecchio has Brooks on the road to recovery? Or is a lot of what you see closer to the nineties when Brooks really lost its way?