Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Benskin View Post
consider the convenience of a density 0.10 over Fb+f for a speed point. Wouldn't that be a lot easier to find than something based on some fraction of the gradient?
Yes, and the rationale (that 0.1 is easy to find) was pointed out as they made 0.1 the standard. With computers, you'd think 0.3 gradient would be easy to find and possibly promoted as a better speed measure. But I haven't found it easy to fit curves with spreadsheet programs.