Based on this snippet:
<snip>
(new feature, new H/W, security, some bug in the the original code,
obsolete level making upcoming upgrades more difficult)
</snip>

I define anything not the latest and greatest as "obsolete" therefore
warranting applying the latest and greatest.

What I am really looking to see is something like "Rob, I applied the
latest HMC code and did not experience any ill effects", or, "Rob, I put
on the other fixes instead of upgrading my HMC to the latest and didn't
have any ill effects" or even "Rob, don't put on that newest HMC upgrade!
I put it on and thank God I have a second HMC! I'm still working on that
ticket with IBM".

Rob Berendt

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