Honestly, the answer to that is the founders, in my opinion, aren't asking the right questions. Like, of course, everyone's gotten this basic understanding that, okay, I need to ask how much money do you have? How much do you deserve for follow on? Like, will you lead my next round or will I have to go out and do all the hard work again. So the basic understanding is there, but I think most of the founders, especially in Southeast Asia are still first time entrepreneurs, or maybe they did a small company before and for the first time they're raising millions of dollars. And I feel like just because of that lack of experience, I think they don't ask the right questions. I've been in this business for six years on this side of the table. So I've had the luxury of seeing like these 20 plus companies at different scale and sizes and, you know, the boardroom conversations and the peaks and the troughs. And I think the conversations over there are much more adultish, rather than this amateurish question of, oh, like how much do you reserve for your follow on? I think the real questions to be asking are the tough ones. Things like, okay, it's year three from when you invested, you know, suddenly the market's gone to shit and my company's not doing well. Would you lead a bridge or what would be your criteria for giving me a bridge? Will you be there for me to get me to the next checkpoint? How will you define the next checkpoint? Is growth your priority, or is profitability your priority at that time. Another example would be you suddenly lose conviction in my ability, because I haven't been able to fundraise, maybe the millions of dollars that you expected me to fundraise. Then in that case, do you fire me? And replace me with a founder or do you ride off and move on and focus on the next company? It's important to get these nuances upfront. Because this is a 10 year bond that you're signing onto. I don't like to call it a marriage. But it's a 10 year bond that you're signing onto and you don't want to go into that relationship without your eyes completely open. So I think there's still a lack of that depth of questioning, and the right kind of questions.