Are the off-the-top advantage/disadvantage numbers given in CBJN calculated using composition-dependent plays and basic strategies for each individual set of conditions? For example, would a different basic strategy and specialized plays be used in computing the edges in a 1D H17 DAS game and a 2D H17 DAS game? If this is the case, since there are nearly as many basic strategies as there are game variations, would it not be informative to include an edge calculation based on a standard basic strategy, or perhaps two - one for DAS and another for nDAS (likewise if this is not the case, an optimal basic strategy initial edge would be informative). I know a few composition dependent plays and basic strategy variations, but I doubt if anyone knows all of the composition-dependent plays and basic strategies for every possible game. This would all be nice to know to ensure accuracy when I'm using my CBJN to evaluate games and in determining TC requirements for bet size variations when playing.