It has numerous names. "The riser" is its official name. "The pit" is as good a description as you can get it. One description we like is, we call it "the cock pit" -- not in relation to airplanes. You get that many roosters together and then throw a hen down the runway, there's bound to be trouble. You wouldn't realize this, but there is order in there. And the order starts with the house photographer. He's the photographer that's going to shoot for the designer. They get the pick of the positions. Now they will sometimes shoot solo, sometimes bring a team in. Now you've got to remember, we're only talking about a small area. So then you've got us, Getty, we are house [photographers] for the whole of New York Fashion Week. We are obliged to take a very good position. Then you may have the other sort of house photographers. But yeah, there is a hierarchy there. So you've got this core of maybe 12 to 15 hardcore fashion photographers, and they all jostle for position. And they work that out for themselves. Then you have the tourists. The tourists being people who don't usually shoot fashion in the slightest who have no clue what they're doing. Who believe that just because they're the first one there and they're stood over the camera like this particular guy at the last show, believes that he has the right to shoot the best position in the house. How little does he know. How close did he come to actually getting thrown out by security? Very close. How close did he come to getting a fist in the face? Not by me, but he got close. So there was a little bit of drama.