It's pretty simple. We draft BPA, especially in the early rounds. Up until now, if a QB fell to us in the early rounds (think Brady Quinn), the value play was to trade down. As Romo gets older, the value play will be to draft a QB who falls to us and we have rated as BPA. In 2-3 years, if the drafts haven't fallen that way yet, the value play may well be to trade up for a QB if he falls close enough to us and we see a value drop right after him (think of the Claiborne trade this year). But based on what I've seen the last few drafts, we won't reach. The late rounds are a different story, of course. Absolutely go get a guy you like in the 4th or later.