I don't mind hearing no when we can hear a yes every now and then with players we actually want and prioritize as opposed to guys we have to take out of need. As for last year's class, it was pretty good overall but classes shouldn't be viewed in just that way. When we're looking at a class, we need to see if we were able to address key areas of need. Our satisfaction with this class should be primarily focused on frontcourt guys. If we're stuck with just sub 300 frontcourt players, it will be a D at best.