Your number one goal has to be return on investment. The last few years have seen a good percentage of the market move to lower dollar traits hoping spending fewer dollars would improve the bottom line. I walked way too many fields this year with insect damage from corn rootworms, corn borers, earworms, etc. to say that skipping the premium traits is really adding dollars for many farmers anymore. The traits that looked the best this year were SmartStax and Trecepta. Before you buy anything for 2021, do some analysis on your cost per acre for each trait. It doesn’t take a lot of insect damage to knock 10 bushels off the top. Well, 10 bushels times even $3 per bushel is $30 per acre, which could be $75 to $100 per bag, depending on your planting population.