It’s been 6 weeks since my mother-in-law moved into Springfield. She thinks the food is very good. They do a couple entrees per meal, but if you don’t like the entrees, you can actually order off the menu. It is less expensive, but I still think the service, and everything is good for what you are paying. The food is more like a home cooked thing from what I have seen. They put the residents together and do something like a chat, and then the residents can make suggestions of what they would prefer to have. This is an ongoing kind of thing, so they do listen to residents about what they want to eat. When we moved in, they completely went through an update -- cleaned the carpets and then repainted everything -- so everything was nice and freshly done. They got a calendar, and that tells them what is offered each day in terms of activities. They might have their fingernails done, card games, or movie nights, and then they actually take them on day trips and things. The outside grounds needs to be raked up and cleaned up and put plants because the first impression is the look of it. They are doing some remodeling also on the inside, so I think they are in transition. But their outside ground is something they can probably take care of immediately.