I don't know......with the exception of O'Sullivan, this panel isn't doing it for me. I find that Ramona is far too serious and uptight looking and at times comes across as rather cold, what is it with certain " women entrepreneurs" that they seem to have to come across rather haughty and overly serious... ? Also that sarcastic comment from Gavin ( is it Duffy?) telling the young lad from Bagenalstown who had developed a full range of cosmetic products that his 1,500 euro profit would be easier earned on a paper round was unforgivably crushing. This whole programme is a kind of propaganda vehicle cum ad spot for the Bank of Ireland , who despite their repeated claims in the ad breaks that they want to lend money out to people, we all know, if you speak to SME owners throughout Ireland that the BofI is placing enormous pressure on small and medium businesses throughout the land....what do other people feel? I often have huge sympathy for very often evidently honest and in many cases redundant people being vetted by this crew. With the exception of O' Sullivan they all seem reminiscent of the sort of tertiary sector moguls that landed us in our current difficulties with an identical value system apparent from the dialogue and of course the nauseatingly obsequious idolatry of " business" folk in the inane links and intros...Perhaps a bit grumpy old man' ish but I usually arrive at the end of each programme impressed by the innovative ideas of our ordinary people but rather nauseated by the smugness and often rather conceited aura coming off the panel of " wealthy business people"