I’m trying to interpret the following comment from Randall Stephenson: “. . . if you're today's DIRECTV customer and you're paying anywhere -- or $110 to $200 a month, there's a very important market of people who want that big bundle of content. They want access to that kind of bundle of content. It's everything from Sunday ticket to HBO and all the premium content, multiple streams into a household and so forth. That will be there, and it will be there for a long time, but the streaming development is going to give us the opportunity then to step down from there, and we will be launching in the fourth quarter off the DIRECTV NOW platform a premium streaming product." Does the phrase “step down from there” suggest the new streaming service will incorporate many, but not all, of the channels/options available via satellite?