On the descent, we want to stay under control. I want that bar path to be perfect, and we're trying to keep all that muscle recruitment that we have on the way down. I know it's counterintuitive because it feels heavy on the way down, it's a little slower and more controlled, but that is what's...making sure that the bar path stays exactly where it needs to be, so you have a nice efficient path. If that groove is off just a little... that could make or break a PR.