That might even be an understatement. I’m a bit of a hipster, I’m a young student, I’m pretty anti-corporate, unless a corporation is actually living up to its hype and delivering something at an extremely high level. I think the reason that I’m anti-corporate a lot of the time, is that very few products or Services actually live up to what they should be doing on mainstream level. Amazon Prime Canada, on the other hand, has really come into its own in 2017, and basically since the end of 2016 when they added Prime video. Seriously, Prime video was lacking, and it actually created quite a negative buzz when it came to Amazon Prime Canada. A lot of people saw that Prime video is available in the United States, and that they weren’t paying that much more than we were, and we were missing out on something that would deliver way more value. In hindsight, I think that Amazon Prime Canada may not have been very smart to only offer this to Americans and not Canadians, especially because of the Rivalry between Canadians and Americans, and the misconception that things might stay this way. It wasn’t very long, and now Canada has Prime video, and those who are using it are in love with the original series that are being broadcast on Amazon Prime, and many people I know say that they have even cancelled their Netflix subscriptions, because Amazon Prime is filling that void, and that their membership money also goes towards these things like free deliveries. Honestly, Amazon Prime Canada can’t be quite as advanced as the American version of Amazon Prime at the moment for logistical reasons, mostly regarding to population density. Yes, we all hear the stories of 2 hour deliveries in many areas of the United States, but in some ways this is overblown. It’s obviously not like this everywhere in the United States.