The numbers in Europe clearly indicate that we have been in the lead position for quite some time so it was a matter of not taking the lead but catching up to the install base numbers from previous consumers.
I think the other thing that the install base numbers don't really tell is last gamers- people that have traded in a hardware unit for another hardware unit or people that are just not playing it anymore. I think software numbers are the biggest indicators and that's where we have seen tremendous growth. Not only in our market but across the world.
You see more and more multi-platform games being sold in the PlayStation 3 version which is clearly an indication that PlayStation 3 is a system of choice for gamers and this is the home front for Microsoft. That's the market people are going to defend with the greatest amount of effort but clearly in Europe, and the Asian markets, we feel the competition is in the rear-view mirror.