It's not the 11th century, it's the 21st century. It's not about policy, it's about marketing. How about I sell you a car that has an eight cylinder engine. But only the first four cylinders are working. You come back to the dealership and say your car seems pretty gutless. I tell you that if you want more power, I can sell you a different car key to activate another two cylinders. So I sell you a different car key and now you have six cylinders working. You come back and want more power. So I sell you another car key so that all eight cylinders are firing. But the car's engine had eight cylinders the whole time! That's marketing, not policy.