When it comes to recruiting and retaining the type of people this company needs, stock options aren't the only important compensation tool, but they are an important one.

Because we own the relationship with our customers, we know who [the bad batteries] were sold to.

In terms of the broader issue between DOJ and Microsoft, we have deliberately stayed out of that. That is not, at its core, a Dell issue. We are watching it with interest like many others, but we will not comment on that specific dispute. We'll wait at the outcome and se what tools are available and what customers want and take the appropriate.

What we're looking for is to make sure the people that do or might do or we'd like to have an interest in Dell have broad access to our stock, and they have that via Nasdaq.