I'm curious as to what most folks consider an acceptable background for someone assuming the role of a boxing trainer, since it's virtually an open field, given the minimal license requirements. Do you consider it more or less a requirement that they had competed officially at some point? Trainers often have a capacity to teach that far exceeds their ability to fight. Is it important to you that your trainer, if reasonably young, would be able to step in a ring with you and have an edge (assuming this is the amateur level)? What is your opinion of someone who barely or never fought, but claims to have a good eye for the sport and a patient hand?