Do not ‘Just Do It’. Sit down and think about it. Weigh up the pros and cons, and think through the possible risks. Maybe jot these down on a piece of paper. Sleep on it. Then, if it still looks promising in the morning, run a trial, ensuring the conditions are as close to real life as possible. Study the results against objectives. If you are sure it all looks good … then do it. Otherwise, you risk making a costly mistake.
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