This line is kinda scary:
"If they do not perform the way you expect - it is still BETTER THAN
So if one of those routines gives you the WRONG answer or somehow
SCREWS UP your drawing, that is better than nothing? NOT!!!
I'm not saying it should or could be bug free, but I wouldn't make the
claim that if something bad happens, that it is "better than nothing".
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