That's neat you have the calendar from the promotional folder. Do you have the red velvet folder and everything? John (Glancy, my coauthor) has most of the RCS folder but I didn't see the calendar. Those are all pretty rare and not easy to find. Re "The Promotion," I think you are misinterpreting it a little. It was less a promotion to sell RCS, though that was part of it, and more a promotion to get showroom traffic and sell regular Scouts. The RCS hooks you to come in and look. You see the price premium on the RCS and maybe you can't swing the obscene $4000 price tag but you are shown a lesser Scout you can afford and off you go into the sunset. The beginning of RCS production was more to get them out there to sell and for promotion. The end of production was more to fill supplemental orders. They allotted a 3,000 unit production run but they actually built 3,450 according to MTC records. The RCS is significant because it was the first Scout doll-up. The first of many.