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  1. In your experience, which box codes are good to great for the magnum 46, 2013 onwards? I see boxes around, but would like to know if there are certain favorite box codes?
  2. FOH member zeedubbya and I were chatting the other day about box my video review spreadsheet, and got to talking about box codes. We have a lot of questions about them (as anyone who's been around the block long enough is bound to), but I got to thinking about what data we *do* have, and what insights we can glean. Using summary data from someone (RL name I won't use here, but I don't know his FOH forum name!) who carefully tracks 24:24 sales, and has detailed data from July, 2015 until January, 2016, I've taken that data and run a few tables, charts, and graphs. I don't think this data is

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