Hi Mac,
   That was Karen's question.


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Cindy asks:

>investment of cataloging rules. What does it cost to make decisions 
>that >are of use to only a small number of catalog users? How often is 
>that dat= a >actually used/useful? If it is rarely used, is there a 
>less expensive way that we can satisfy that minority need?

Good question.  I particularly question the value of RDA redundancy, e.g.,
for a commentary having a 610 plus a 710 with $i for the work being
criticised, and the repeating of 538 data in 34X for videos..

I hope this redundancy will not carry over into Bibframe.

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