That's it. Again, I should let the accountants on the board weigh in, but many I know didn't have ambitions to advance in public practice. Once in a corporation, you can look into other areas of finance or beyond. True, I think that's helpful for me. In a private firm, you'll literally be working next to people in various other positions, so if one fits you better, you can just work your way into it. I picture Public as everyone in the place doing the same job, so you can't see the other positions in Finance, etc. as easily. Would you still recommend going for a big Public firm to start, just for the experience?