I have ALS, and I needed somewhere where I had skilled nursing care. The Villages on MacArthur is a brand new facility; it has only been opened thirteen months. It is a very nice facility, and it does have some growing pains, but these are minor. The food is hot and it is nutritional food so having run some catering services, I do find, sometimes, it is not what I would do. But it is still good food, and if you have a problem or anything, they try to accommodate you. They accommodate an alternate menu. One of the things that I found that was really remarkable was we have a lady whose family brought her over from France and, being French, she had wine with every meal. So they had the family bring the wine, and she gets a glass with her meals every night. All of the doors have alarms on them, so you can't just walk out, and nobody can just walk in without setting off the alarm at the outside doors except for the front door, and there they buzz you in. It is all on one floor, so you don't have to use an elevator or stairs, and it is huge. There is a courtyard in the very center. In fact, I found out that there are two courtyards, and you can go out there and sit and do whatever. And I noticed that there is a barbecue pit out there, so that means that they do have outside barbecues. They have activities every day. One of the ones that we had recently was the residents made fruit salad. One thing they need to improve -- which is not really their fault -- is getting more help or getting more CNAs, and this seems to be a problem in the whole Dallas area. They still have some growing pains and different things to get out, but they are working at it.