Before I go, I'd like to mention that as usual, my coverage of this conference is brought to you by my employer, Verilab, letter 'v', and the numbers 4, 5, and 6. I'd also like to mention a few other things. First, Verilab is hiring in the US, UK, and Germany. Second, I'll be giving away copies of David Robinson's new book, Aspect Oriented Programming and the e Verification Language this week at the Cadence verification partners booth. I haven't yet decided how I'm going to give the books away. If anyone has suggestions let me know. Third, if you happen to be in San Jose this week, drop me a line! I'm always interested in meeting Cool Verification readers and folks who want more information about working with/for Verilab.