OK, so I've been in quality for quite some time, so I'm familiar with being audited to the IATF standard but also realize that there are customer specific requirements that go above and beyond the standard and I'm OK with that. What I'm not OK with is customers coming in whether it be onsite or virtually to audit us to the VDA standard, which we are not certified to. I understand it's very similar to IATF but a lot more specific in their requirements. If we go through said VDA audit and have findings, our thought is we would only respond to those findings that fit into IATF requirements and not the VDA requirements. Plus, we feel like these types of audits give the customer the opportunity to come in and tell us how to run our company. We're a small company, so some of what they are asking is just not feasible for us. I thought going to an international standard would prevent separate audits like this from occurring. I could understand if we were a problem supplier, but we are not and our scorecards prove that. I am just trying to find a way to respond to our customer intelligently regarding this situation. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.