> Well, /ɣ/ was the only phoneme I was really bringing up, mainly > because I look at words like "daq" [daɣ] (="day") and the <q> just > doesn't look "right" in my own mind for what I'm trying to do. My > leanings right now are to make it G-hacek, and retain <q> as it's > ASCII alternative form. Maybe I should sit and write out some sample > texts with the alternatives until one of them feels right. The > phoneme itself occurs mostly in final or medial positions. > > daǧ / daǥ / daq / daȝ What is the distribution of the phoneme /g/? Does it mostly occur in initial positions? If yes, and if you're willing to make the script a bit more complex, you could have <g> represent /g/ in initial positions, and /ɣ/ in medial or final positions. Then, if /g/ occurs medially or finally, or if /ɣ/ occurs initially, you use one of the diacritic forms, or maybe <gh> or something like it if you're willing to use a digraph. Does <dag> seem right for /daɣ/?