John Knox Village was a huge place with several hundred acres. It had different levels of care. We toured one of their newer, not quite finished yet, multi-level apartment buildings for independent living. It had a large number of apartments in it. They had a wide range of activities and a lot of nearby establishments of all kinds, which made it probably the most flexible of any place we've been in to find what you want to find. The apartments were relatively large, very open, and very nicely done. The staff member was probably the most superior person who we met at any place we visited. He has followed up a number of times trying to see if there's anything more we need to know. They took us to lunch there, and it was excellent. We enjoyed the program that was in session where they talked about the other companies that they're affiliated with to assist in moves, like selling their home, moving your goods, helping you with layout, what you could take to an apartment, and where to put it. We looked at the library, which was remarkably extensive for a facility like that. They had a salon that the women often use and a workout room that had people doing exercises in it; the equipment was all new and fairly extensive, and the room was large enough to accommodate quite a few people, probably 20 to 25 people at a time. Also, they had a computer area that seemed very useful. There were separate desks and computers scattered around the facility at various spots that people can stop at and use. There were a lot of people in the dining room when we had lunch there. Probably 200 or 300 people were dining at the same time we ate. It's clearly outstanding.