As people reach differing layers of density they may feel a sunk cost fallacy approach from the peripheries of their mind, convincing them that they must understand a piece well enough to translate it to others. They may start to get a little more confident with the terms they use to describe things that happen in the piece and may consider themselves knowledgeable enough to know what can be cut away for palatability in the translation. There must be a certain threshold that, once crossed, a piece becomes the product of an imperfect mitosis that may prove more or less adaptable. Where is that threshold?