Thanks, Muraleedharan. You’re right, of course, that studies like this cost money, and it’s good to ask what we learn from the money that’s been spent. As I argued in my reply to Prashanth, this study really did generate important new knowledge. Was it worth the cost? I guess that depends in part on what impact it is, and on that we’ll have to be patient. On the ethics issue, I think I’d be very concerned if providers were operating at full capacity and taking a long time over a consultation. In that case, fake patients would actually depriving a real patient of care, or making them wait a long time for it. But it looks like these providers aren’t seeing that many patients a day, and any extra wait for the real patient is just the length of the fake patient’s consultation, which as you say is just a minute or two.