The way I like to think about this is through evolutionary biology. Each model is like a species and will evolve and give rise to newer species over time. When a new species comes into existence, it competes with the others. So any nee species that is able to take substantial share from other species is simply a more fit and competitive species. So for the Model 3 to knock off some PHEV, just means that the field is taking an evolutionary step forward. The mix of species left in the field is even more capable of taking market share from ICE. So pushing hybrids out of the market may seem like a step backward numerically, but it is a huge evolutionary step forward to having the kinds of EVs needed to displace ICE. So longer term it is a critical step forward. If hybrids were good enough to drive traditional ICE out of the market, we'd already be much further down that path. Over the last 20 years hybrids have not been competitive enough to take significant market share. Hybrids do have opportunities to evolve their technology, but they really need to step up their game if they want to survive.