Thoughts, yes. Special insight, probably not. Western water law is so well established and deeply entrenched, and augmented by nearly a century-and-a-half of case law that no easy changes show up in my crystal ball. When I look just a little bit at water issues in California, where there is adequate water only in above average water years, and 80% of appropriated water is used by agriculture and the remaining 20% is used by 38 million people for M&I use, I think a trend becomes apparent. If non-ag interests want more water, they will most likely have to purchase it from the existing water right holders who are primarily agricultural irrigators. This has already been done, and I think it points to the future with regard to how water is used.