<p-lg>Really appreciated this quote from Communicating Design by Dan M. Brown, especially since I've been watching the old 60's Batman TV show.<p-lg>
"Don't get baited into religious wars about wireframes or any design document. Know what you have available to you. Know the strengths and weaknesses of every tool. Apply the right tool for the job. Do you think Batman stopped carrying around grapple cables once he had a hang glider built into his cape? (Apparently, all my fatherly advice relies on comic book mythology.) Anyone who tells you the design process is absolute doesn't make a living doing it."
<p-lg>The point I liked was that we should know the strengths and weaknesses of every tool and apply the right tool for the job.<p-lg>