Did a lot of quotes, I had a lot of quotes. Because he's local, somebody that you know he's got a good reputation. That's why I didn't want to go with a city-based installation. And he was referred to me by somebody locally in the area. So yeah, for me, I was always going to go that way, even though I got other quotes. The panels, which are a bit more expensive, but they're the Toyota of solar panels. And Toyota is a proven vehicle they're just, everybody knows that they're expensive, but they're a proven motorcar and these panels are the same, they're a proven panel, they're the Toyota of panels. Yeah, their output's better and the warranty's better. But that didn't worry me that much, the product really, that's why I went that way. Just the better made panels, longer-lasting, and the output as well was another reason. They're better, they put out 350 kilowatts, so yeah, that's the reason we went that way. They're the proven product, so just a better product. It might be a little bit more expensive, but not in the long run. Yeah, so far, so good. I've had a good look at the product, and I'm very happy so far. Very good, just see what happens when it's all hooked up and running, but very happy so far.
Why did Malcolm invest in a higher quality solar panel from a local installer in town?