Ok so I get the basiscs; the pros and cons, I've read about creating libraries to that famed 'blue in the face' point. The two things that I still haven't quite got are:
1) When do I decide to create a library
1a) i.e.: My vision of a library is essentially something that would hold all of my custom code/work so that it can all be accessed from any working directory, but I don't want to wait and create it when I'm 'done' writing all my personal code, as I like to believe I will be dying at that time and will no longer be concerned with the state of my HP50G. Ideally, I would like my library to have a rad splash screen...I've drawn a few up on the calculator, but still am not sure how to build it so that this displays first.
2) If I create a library prematurely, will the originating directory still exist, such that I might dismount the library, update the contents of the dir and re-create to update the overall library functionality? (if not, is the process of updating my own library fairly straight forward?)