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    "Conversion of polyface mesh coming from 3ds max and Image Modeler into solids (via converting them into a level 0 SubD mesh first)."

    This should be a very handy improvement....I often import polyface mesh models from 3ds max and there are not native 3d objects for AutoCAD(if i may put it that way).If the models are more complex they can slow down the working and rendering even on a good PC.So turning them into solids could do the trick.
    Thanks for the links.

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