Multiple levels of in-house QC wouldn't mean WMI decides to send fewer instruments with issues. That's misunderstanding how manufacturing QC works. What it would mean is increased control over materials and processes. A deviation from their standard process could mean an upcharge. This is the same as any other custom order process. You want this special thing instead of that normal thing, sure but it will cost extra. This could be specific cuts of lumber or lumber standards. It could be specific waiting periods for materials to settle after a carving process. It could be a change to the way they perform fretting processes or finish prep. Anything like that.