No, I mean good financial decisions like focusing on ratings-grabbing categories like wrestling, "reality TV" about ghost hunting, and "sci fi lite" as exemplified by Eureka. I may not like any of those types, but I follow the industry closely enough to realize that there are plenty of people who do. Skiffy is not greenlighting those kinds of shows just to annoy us. Every network makes some bad calls. Why suppose Skiffy is somehow immune? Citing one bad call is an extremely weak argument. I've sat on the other side of the one-way mirror in enough focus groups to know exactly how much they're worth. For every time a focus group correctly predicted the success of a product, I can name at least one instance where the prediction was way off base, and in one memorable case, the focus group slammed a computer game that went on to become a huge hit that most people here would probably recognize by name.