No need to know that, you just need to see what's happening with the margin growth over the same period to evaluate the overall impact of those increased programming costs on the "bottom line". Since margins are growing over the same periods the costs are increasing, it obviously is not as big of a factor in our ever-increasing rates as they want us to believe. Additionally, only a portion of the period-over-period increase in the programming costs is attributable to rate hikes from the providers. In many cases the provider rates are tied to subscriber count (ESPN) so as the subscriber base goes up, the cost goes up accordingly. Since that portion of the cost growth is already being offset by the additonal revenue growth of those same subscribers, only a portion of that 10% year-over-year cost increase should be considered applicable to the need to raise subscriber rates.