I've been doing a migration/conversion of an App. to using Objects to hold multiple data copies (Tabbed interface). Many of you have helped me over the basics of Objects, Tabs etc. I owe you all a great deal.

I was always a wee bit concerned about the additional overhead of accessing the data via the plethora of PROPERTIES and METHODS I had to create. I mean every data reference is now a CALL of some kind.

The conversion is mostly done, at least to the stage of doing benchmarks with the old non-Object version.

I'm very impressed with the code PB must generate. I've not optimized anything as yet and I know in places there are multiple redundant Property/Method calls which could be improved.

But I've seen no noticable speed differences whatsoever.

My hats off to the PB developers, you guys must write the most efficient code around.

George