That is an excellent point, and brings me to this: in that case, how can I optimize the time I spend on customizing it to my own needs so that I'm not doing things that have already been done, doing them in a less tested and more shoddy fashion, and actually get some work done and not spend all day trying to implement sub X in the time I could be getting an entire site/skeleton up and going?
I realize development always takes time, but I'd like to use what's already been done to tie in what I use on a normal basis together with Catalyst, thus eliminating at least a small bit of brain hemorrhaging :-) (I liken it to LEGOS, put the blocks together as opposed to super gluing a bunch of plastic together to make the block)
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