I see more and more posts that talk about Tesla's transparency. Sometimes it's a positive remark, sometimes it is more of a demand to know more. We talk about the need for transparency in my office, too. It's a way to build trust, but it's also an open door to more and more demands. We share all the financials, trusting employees not to share publicly ... but then someone asks to know who is getting raises and how much (uhh, no). When told no, the response is, 'but I thought you were going to be transparent'. So there's a line. I know a lot of you are in the business world. How much transparency do you expect at work? How much do you share? Is there a line that shouldn't be crossed? Where should that line be for Tesla?