I'd be ok with that for like $100. Let me ask you this. Most Ridgelines that are being delivered or built are already sold sometimes quite a while ago. Would you still honor those prices that were already negotiated if lower than MSRP or would you bump the person from the queue and furnish a Ridgeline at a later date when prices settle down.I'm glad you asked. We have decided to do this after having several customers back out of purchase agreements over the last two months. I mean I literally would have sold twice as many vehicles if the customers actually followed through as expected. If we have to pull a vehicle off the market only to have the intended purchaser back out that can cause issues with other customers who are serious about following through with the purchase as well as compel customers to shop elsewhere in the event that they know that they cannot purchase a desired vehicle from us. Frankly with the vehicle shortage we are viewing any money down as earnest money placed in good faith, if a customer does not want to honor their contract in good faith than they will lose their earnest money. Same rules apply in other businesses such as real estate.