Thanks for all the good info. I'll have to explore further before getting too much further with migrating. Just to help me scope the effort, assuming that I currently have say 5000 people with 600-700 sources and 25+K citations, how many sources would you guess I would be mananging with extreme splitting? FYI, I'm not really sure how many 'real' citations I actually have. Genbox supports citations for many more elements, so I delete many when I migrate a person. Ex., to record a new person with a birth event in Genbox, I could record individual (usually duplicate) citations for: the person, person name, birth event, birth date, birth place, birth detail, mother, father, and family, and probably a couple more that I'm forgetting) ... so maybe 8-10K citiations remaining when I'm done.
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