From a resource availability and neutral cost perspective, do you think Elon could build out a 90% renewable Western Interconnection within 6 years and the whole country within 12? Assuming we gave over total control of the grid and all policy while guaranteeing roughly the same $/kWh revenue for the next 20 years, could we get to 90% renewables out West within the next 5 years without spending any more than we do today? I have to think that eliminating any need for regional political wrangling and just building out in a logical manner gets us there. It's simply a lack of cohesive transition planning that's holding us back, right? Existing fossil capacity would have to be phased out in a semi-fair manner, but so long as we stopped build out immediately I think it could be handled. Break ground on 5 more gigafactories today and another 5 a few years from now.