Well, you could do it either way. We did not take, for example, the last month’s incredible weakness in new-home sales at face value. We take a six-month moving average, calculate what we think the months’ supply is based on that, and have months’ supply come back to a more normal level over time. So it is like an inventory-sales ratio. The production adjustments that we have incorporated in this forecast basically bring that inventory-sales ratio most of the way back toward normal by the end of 2008, but not all the way.