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Mycroft Holmes wrote:
I still feel that I should ...

Thats it, it's just a "feeling", due no doubt to my inexperience with this pattern. I have been coding (3/4 Tier) Windows Apps using CSLA and have found the transition a little difficult at first. I am also digging into Entity Framework and Linq to Entities so am having a great time of it.

From my point of view, it was very easy to accomplish my goal in the VM. And as for two-way binding, since I dont intend updating the Model from this view there is no issue. There will be a separate view to performm the New/Edit operations.
I don't speak Idiot - please talk slowly and clearly

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