Hi, I am completing a very small project using TEI. An edition of a short medieval technical text that appears in various states of completion and variation in several medieval manuscripts. And I am frustrated at the workarounds I have to do (such as how to represent lines of manuscript - or page breaks - or lacunae - that overlap with document elements -such as paragraphs or divs - or even readings in the various sources). I'm also concerned about the level of markup I am including with my transcriptions and prefer the method of making the best diplomatic transcriptions I can of each text and then running it through an automatic collation software like Juxta. Ideally this would be how I would best like to present this edition - and then include annotations that would overlay this - with my critical commentary. Will TEI be moving in this direction? I note in the presentation given at the summer school in Oxford on digital editing gives the reference to Multi-version documents http://multiversiondocs.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2011-04- 16T14%3A35%3A00-07%3A00&max-results=3 AND http://www.mvdtestbed.net/mvdgui/ Having read up on this last night this would seem much more like I would like to do - but is such an approach likely to become mainstream? Grateful for any discussion of this topic, Thanks!