And as some commentators acknowledge, not all capital costs related to PEG access devices are related to construction: studio equipment, vans, and cameras often have a useful life of several years, and the costs of purchasing these devices are often activated. These costs therefore often fall within the common sense of the cost of capital. If Congress had wanted to exclude such costs, it could have done so by limiting the definition of “cost of capital” in the statute. 57. We conclude that franchises which require cable operators to build their systems in such a way as to cover certain locations in a franchised area are not taken into account in the 5% ceiling.