The US (and global) economic environment has had plenty of headwinds this year, and it seems like a ‘soft-landing’ is becoming less likely every week. Assuming we see further recessionary pressure into 2023, how do you feel about the state of search fund opportunities? Perhaps the increased cost of debt and suppressed valuations will cancel each other out on the financing side, but how many good companies worth buying will still consider selling at potentially lower valuations vs. preferring to wait it out. There are a lot of factors to consider here, but I'm interested to hear the community's view.