The final count was 85. That's how many resolutions the Committee on Structures has been sifting through since the beginning of General Convention. No matter who you talk to -- young, old, white, person of color, well-to-do, not-so-well-off, gay, straight, "conservative," "liberal," lay, clergy, old-timer, or newcomer -- nearly everyone agrees that the present system, whether you call it the National Church, "815," or the Episcopal Church Center, is broken. From the very first day, General Convention has been hit with an avalanche of structure reform resolutions demanding everything from drastically reducing staff, to radically changing the size and scope of General Convention itself, to the Presiding Bishop's alternative budget based on the Five Marks of Mission. And yesterday, the House of Deputies passed a no-nonsense resolution calling for the sale of the Episcopal Church Center building. Restructure. Restructure. Restructure. But is it enough?