Although we still have four more datapoints before we can conclude just how successful tourism was in 2016, so far its been another sequential year of increasing visitor volume. As of the last measurement, August, Las Vegas was tracking almost one half million visitors higher than the same Jan-Aug period of 2015. Obviously visitor volume is an indicator of success on the Strip and Downtown but it means a lot for industrial space demand and secondly, for office space. It is also a leading indicator of retail spending and we have seen strong interest by professional realty firms for retail projects on the Strip. Simon Property Group and Investco purchased The Shops at Crystals for $1.1 Billion back in April. We understand that the cap rate was in the low 4% range. More recently in October, a partnership between CalPers and Miller Capital Advisory purchased the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood for just under $1 Billion. Costar notes the cap rate at 4.82%. How many cities do you know of where retail properties sell for $1 Billion?