But for lighter weight riders and kids or even heavier riders riding in lighter winds, removing those tip struts is removing weight out of the kite, so you have a lighter weight kite that'll fly in lighter wind than a three strut will. So that's the benefit to just having a single centre strut. Also if you look at the bridal of the Mono, it's a little bit different from that of a Neo. To be able to support the structure it has an extra bridal leg where the tip struts traditionally would be on a three strut kite. So with this, we have been able to support the leading edge as it doesn't have the support of the additional struts. It still does have quite good structure, but it just doesn't quite have that same level of rigidity when you get really overpowered as the Neo.