And then Kevin, in March we saw an announcement that you were handing over the CLEO Lab stuff to Navigenics. How does that change any revenues that you once had in 2008 that you won’t get in 2009?
"The CLEO Lab revenues weren’t really that significant for us. The big learning that we had here and the big reason for starting the CLEO Lab a couple years back was really to enable our partners to get to a test, right, a lab developed test and then ultimately too a path for FDA clearance. Initially we thought that this could actually be a big recurring revenue stream for us. So, we had lots of partners, 15, 20, 30 partners that we would be working on projects. Often times the projects were fairly small and when the projects were over and they had their test validated the first thing they said to us was they wanted to open their own CLEO Lab.
So, it really wasn’t much of a recurring revenue stream for us, it was more of a job shop, which was fine, because we are enabling our partners to use our consumables and so forth. But, it really wasn’t going to turn out to be the big multi-million dollar business model that I think at one point in time we thought it might be."