You know what it's like - get the Spending Review document... first thing you do is CTRL+F it for 'Yorkshire'.
Don't tell me I'm the only one doing that.
There weren't many returns for that search this time around - but it's not a normal Spending Review.
The new Levelling Up Fund of £4bn will be open to all parts of the country - meaning the north will have to compete with other places for money.
Changes to the Green Book, the rules government uses for deciding whether a project is value for money, mean that schemes up here might get another look.
And we finally got some detail on the Shared Prosperity Fund - the stack of cash designed to replace EU regional development money.
Towns and cities up here will be looking very closely at how they can get that - having had first dibs on a lot of the money given out by the EU in the past.
Find out more with the key points from today's announcement here.