No further argumentative posts on this thread or any other thread on this site gentlemen. You're way off topic and the discussion has become completely unproductive. If necessary, please review the site rules regarding personal attacks, insults, etc....Otherwise take my word for it.
Copes maximize their visual trickery if the copes face away from the viewer and any gaps that may develop are less visible.
Jay's double coped and sprung in approach has merit as well.
I've done it both ways... no big deal.
As far as the production trim speed pizz'in match goes... it's not relevant in a DIY forum, IMO (that from a production trim guy FWIW... well I used to be a production trim guy... back when they used to build new houses).:jester:
P.S. Here is a fun video of my last big baseboard job 128 pieces of base and 128 pieces of base cap in just one hallway. Over 100 coped joints for the base cap::tongue_smilie:
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