I&#039ve read a few of the asp performance articles around but haven&#039t seen anything about the gain/loss of using lengthier "full" scripts -vs- segmented "shorter" ones. I presume the issue comes down to the strain placed on the server to load the asp script (worse with segmented scripts) -vs- the strain of loading longer scripts with (potentially) unneeded code (worse with "full" scripts).<BR><BR>Of course, it will depend on script length, common use, etc. but I&#039d love to see some basic benchmarks.<BR><BR>If I&#039m unclear please post and I&#039ll give an example.<BR><BR>thanks