There were a few issues that we never got resolved. You'll notice much of the communications is one-way from me to them and while there are a few answers, but some things just get ignored. The big one was an offer we made to do 7 mbps multicast of all 24 channels of House video onto the Internet2 backbone so everybody could get into the archiving business. They decided they'd rather go with a unicast ("webcast") solution provided by the Library of Congress at lower resolutions with no access by the public to the archival data. The second issue was giving us half the archive to process then cutting off the flow of bits. The third issue is fixing how they do closed captions and handle transcripts. I'm hopeful they'll take the ball and run with it at the Committee on House Administration and the various other parts of the House that deal with these issues, but it was disappointing that they didn't want to work with us and let us continue the pilot program we had started and expand it.