It's kind of crazy to me. I was a big fan of hired when I was a dolly. I used them to hire a couple people. I think the early day business model made a lot of sense to me. Um, it was a steep cut, but a Zanon employer, I found the process of searching through candidates and the quality of cannons. They brought on very, very strong as the platform of all that changed their business model Significantly where you had bought this subscription and you gave them, you know, 50 grand a year and you've got unlimited hires. And, uh, that model I would never made sense to me, um, as an employer. So I think they got stuck in the space where they were probably really great at helping a small startup who couldn't quite afford their prices. Bring on one or two engineers, but they couldn't replace an HR. You know, team recruiting for a team of you know, several 100. So I had this really strange and probably very expensive customer acquisition segment. That was, you know, between a team of 10 to 20 people up to 100 or two, and that was their only spot, the plan. And I gotta imagine that's really hard and people going off platform and all that jazz so surprised. I thought they had something interesting with their product in their approach.