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You know, one thing that I haven't seen discussed is the possibility of 
nasalized vowels.  Say, the first syllable of a morph is nasalized. This 
wouldn't need to be distinguished in writing.  The spaces between words 
wouild be all the indication you need.  (Compounds could be always written 
with a hypeh).  Only downside would be that a syllable ending with a nasal 
consonant would easily be confused with a nasalized vowel, so you'd have to 
avoid that combination.