I say, sell as much as you can. I want the BT's, HH's etc to be as successful as they can be. But regardless of what the bourbon producers may sell, I don't believe it will be so overwheming as to upset the market here in North America. We, as a country/region, have overestimated what we can sell to the Chinese market, since it was more fully opened up a decade or so ago. I think we, as consumers, will be OK. No $30 JBW, or $75 ETL on the horizen. I am thinking more of the prospect of (a good one, or bad one...take your pick) a high quality Chinese "bourbon?" at $6/750ml. That, has been more of the model of our trade relations to date.