You are continuing to miss my point. Division sanctioning is meaningless. MLS is seen as the top league by most sports fans because it acts like the top league. The percentage of people in the U.S. who know MLS is the major pro soccer league and who know about its D1 sanctioning is about 1% (generously) of the people who know MLS is the major pro soccer league. USL could stay D2 and act in every way like MLS and try to take over that space in people’s collective minds as to what league is the major pro soccer league in this country. The fact that they are only sanctioned as a D2 league by the USSF would be meaningless. It has nothing to do with the USSF holding leagues to standards. It has to do with how a league presents itself and handles itself. And to do that requires the investment and investors I referred to.