I'd like to push for another Do. I can understand why people are hesitant to do it and they feel let down and perhaps taken for granted. I've been talking to Beth Kuenstler, their VP of Marketing, about concerns. Her mother just passed away, so if you talk to her, please pass along your sympathies. She's looking into something that I think people would like, but I think its important to set expectations. We are awesome. And passionate. Kiva is awesome and passionate. However, Kiva has to work with/for a lot more people than just us. Take for example the Kiva Insights call. I know that many of us were really disappointed, but most people were happy because they got to hear Premal and Bob is pretty funny, etc. So in order to work with Kiva, we need to understand that our wish is not their command, per se. This is a challenge for all charities, and Kiva is no different in this way. How much access/input do the donors have. I understand that we're not giving to Kiva per se, but its their system we're using to give $25 to some guy to buy another yak. I'll admit that after January, I had my expectations set really high about our input and impact. And that was partly my fault and partly theirs. But this was the first time either groups had done this, and so I think lessons were learned. At the end of the day, I trust Kiva. When we talked to them, it was clear they had passion and fire and so I know that they want to do the right thing. I'll take that anyday, as opposed to people who don't care. Yes, they screwed the pooch with OM and they clearly have issues with their MFIs in terms of controls. But they're not blind to this and they are working at trying to fix it. There's supposed to be blog post coming out soon explaining the expiries in more technical terms than the usual. So, I'm in and am down to help organize. Not sure who's taking the helm.