This is a really great comment. It is certainly something that I am reading about because you are correct - we love cheap products and the incentives designed currently support importing those cheap products from China and other countries. I think, however, that we don't need to start by competing with China. We can begin building business models that leverage our strengths and slowly move "up-market." We will ultimately be able to compete with China with many goods, but today, let's focus on the goods where the average Chinese might not be incentivized to produce. Agricultural development and processing comes to mind.