Nevertheless, we have been working hard to accomplish our vision, and we have obtained improved momentum over the last several months as our new $5 million skills.lab Arena has come online, masks have come off, and new software for day-to-day operations has been developed and is currently in beta testing (soon to be rolled out). We are now conducting full Soccer Assessments for NorCal Premier’s Player Development Program, certain professional teams, and many collegiate teams on an invitation-only basis. This allows us to systematically build our database for benchmarking purposes and work out the bugs in our assessment protocols and operations. Soon we will announce a shift in our offerings, to finally embrace true “Assessment-Based Training” programs. This milestone will allow us to provide players with objective facts on their skills performance. We will then use these facts to compare how well their skills have improved, their average scores within their peer groups, and their best scores on the leader boards. Finally, when we have enough data, we will be able to analyze which training regimens are making a real difference. Eventually, I even foresee that the software “brains” of many of our training devices will eventually become artificially intelligent, operating dynamically in real-time to the skills of the player, allowing for truly personalized training regimens, and expanding skills more rapidly than most would consider possible.