That's about what I expected to hear, and what I was alluding to when I asked Dramedy when his number was from. So what we have in this article is that by the closeout of the last performance week the investors had received 10%. At that stage, there is a very large amount outstanding, on both sides of the ledger. What we learn: producers are not in a hurry to distribute and investors are cranky. Forbes tends to reveal a high level of naiveté, like treating Rudin's well-known ad spend habits as something to be shocked and dismayed about as an investor.