Zach, you made some solid points. Thanks for that and thanks for remaining a supporter. You are right, we don't have the same library as Netflix and we cost half the price. The other way to look at it is that we cost less than the price of one beer per month and we offer something you can't find anywhere else. We decided to do a subscription service versus a Youtube Channel because you can't make enough money through advertisements on Youtube (plus they demontized pages with guns so double whammy). Partnering with a larger entity would have meant giving up control on the content and we didn't want to water it down. Film costs a lot of money and in order to justify making it, we needed a model that made sense.You're right, we are low budget compared to Hollywood, our films don't cost millions of dollars to make, but they also cost way more than a couple hundred bucks and your moms video camera to make. So for the price of one beer per month, you get access to programming made for the veteran community that you can't find anywhere else. We will be releasing one episode per week. If this wasn't our business model, we wouldn't be in business. Take care Zach.