Here's something I really wonder about: we all know the cruise lines reserve the right to add a fuel surcharge when the price of crude oil goes above a certain ceiling. They don't hide it and come right out and print it on their ticket contract and other documents. But what I wonder is, how come when fuel prices drop below a certain point, say whatever the per barrel price is that corresponds to $2.50 a gallon at the pump, cruise lines don't drop their prices accordingly? Certainly fuel oil is a major operating expense but that's only part of the total that cruise lines spend on petrochemicals. If Holland-America, for example, is paying correspondingly less for fuel I'm guessing that a great way to get first-timers aboard ships would be to slash prices on the routes that consume the most fuel. After all, doesn't JiffyLube charge less for an oil change now? What do you think?