I am a great advocate of personalising your own drawings (you didn't want to hear this). I think designers and design offices should spend some time developing their own library of symbols in their drawings. It's only by doing this that your drawings will start to look like your own rather that "generic AutoCAD drawing". I've seen hunderds of these type of drawings and I find them soulless and devoid of character.
OK, these are just drawings, right - what the hell am I talking about.
Those who are critical of digital drawings often cite this issue and lament the loss of individuality. While I am no fan of the "old ways", I do think that it is important to put your own personal stamp on digital drawings (and I'm not talking about eccentric layer naming).
We're all under great pressures of time these days and the thought of building a personal library is rather off-putting but just think how much pleasure and pride you would have in using them.
Sorry, I think my cage may have been rattled. Am I just talking rubbish?