That’s helpful, Tim. Thanks! I’m wondering, if you could play just one KS scenario in 2020, would it be a Gunboat, Grudge, or “open” game with pre-aligned neutrals, or pure neutrals? I guess that’s four choices. To answer my own question, I like the fog of war aspects of gunboat games. It adds a role-play element that makes the gaming and strategy decisions more alluring. Anything to trick the imagination into believing we are not just pushing numbers around, computer codes, and lifeless chess pieces. Would Elrond personally challenge a 10-point emissary of a friendly nation just to get a mage level boost? Not in my universe. But I think in a grudge match, it’s full throttle, everything goes. Everyone is pressing for an advantage because they all know they’ll need it to win. And I understand that too. The 4 vs. 4 game, 683, looks attractive in that way too.