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my only objection is that once you define an extension method for a basic type, putting a dot after any instance of that type at design time in VS will cause intellisense to present the method in its list. in the list of methods, the extension method is not indicated with any special visual adornment.

a more serious potential issues is the inherent 'public accessibility of extension methods ... if abused, this can violate encapsulation. you can address that, however, by the use of NameSpaces.

while there actually is a difference in the order in which extension methods are compiled: i see no reason to be concerned about that.

as i said, it's a personal preference. for a stronger opinion: [^]
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