I'm with you in terms of aspiring for them to build something cool, but Spiderman cost north of $100m in 1999, that's $156m today. There has to be an understanding that a regional theme park, on the outskirts of Staines is not Universal Orlando. On paper, with Ghost Train, Merlin had something somewhat unique, ambitious that could be refreshed as required. That's not what they ended up with - I grant, but I don't think the outcome was inevitable - it's quite a cool concept. That's not to say that the enthusiast community was positive about the announcement, because we're not positive about very much. We tend to start from a state of ambivalence, or dislike and slowly get won over with things like Wicker Man, or not with things like Ghost Train. You have to roll the dice from time to time though - sometimes you get a six, sometimes you get a two or sometimes it rolls off the table and you get nothing. It's all well and good people slagging it off when it's open, like a film critic demolishing 18 months of movie making in a sentence. Like Disney. It's a very similar model, at a scale suitable for the properties that they work with.