You know, collecting and identifying RIDs could get to the same level as collecting and identifying TGs the way you guys are going. I suggest that someone should build a common, shared database to compare and keep track of RIDs. I'm sure one of you geeks (using that word in a complimentary and envious way) could do that without too much trouble. Otherwise there is going to be duplication, private lists, and "Dusty Old Lists" as everyone attempts to reinvent the wheel. We already know that using RIDs is helpful in identifying new TGs. Sounds like this might be the next logical step since all the "easy" TGs have been ID'd.
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