I don't know. The question for me is what will Producers do. Keep in mind this is very different, as been discussed on VI, from being an independent contractor who is a song writer or composer. IATSE covers so many production people not just in CA or NY, but in other media tax incentive states like Atlanta and Louisiana. Also, we're talking about people who make films and tv 'go.' The news outlets I'm hearing is not quite accurate. This is labor for 'below the line crew' Gaffers, grips, sound, carpenters, scenics, even craft service that supply coffee and donuts on set. My guild is ready to walk. IATSE has never gone on strike before, and location filming is going full speed to make up for the pandemic. Personally, I'm hoping this is just a big game of chicken and AMPTP will cough up more on hours and benefits. Notice it's not about the hourly 'amount' of pay, but the amount of hours.We'll see if IATSE strikes. Do you believe they will? Asking for permission to strike usually doesn't end in a strike.