Slides accompanying a presentation given by Dan Gillean of Artefactual Systems at the PERICLES/DPC joint conference and meeting, "Acting on Change: New Approaches and Future Practices in LTDP," held in London at the Wellcome Collection Conference Center, Nov 30 - Dec 2, 2016. The talk examines the question of the Capacity Gap - why is it that we have so many tools, services, standards, models, and metrics to support digital preservation, but so many organizations feel they do not have the capacity or capability to begin tackling digital preservation within their institution? The presentation offers a different take based on Dan's experience working as an analyst and consultant for a software development company engaging with many different types of organizations and individuals in the cultural heritage sector. While acknowledging that the under-resourced nature of cultural heritage work plays a key role, this presentation examines some oft-encountered perceptual or cognitive barriers to getting started with digital preservation. It then provides some suggestions on how to overcome these barriers, acknowledging that anything is better than nothing when it comes to DP, and that sometimes perfect can be the enemy of good.