At the close of Q4 2016 the expected non-GAAP EPS was projected at $30.48. Based upon reported Q4 non-GAAP EPS is currently 8.5% lower tracking at $27.89. Of course the GAAP EPS for Q4 was considerably lower at $24.13. As usual Earnie reports non-GAAP EPS which excludes stock based compensation and failed business ventures as "cost of doing business," which for some of us is a foolish assumption. Last thought I will leave you with, how realistic is the 2017 non-GAAP forward EPS expectations of $130 when we are currently tracking at $112.