Father, I have tht typicon bookmarked. Very useful, though I still prefer the Greek language typicon. You're right that these variations are not supposed to be happening, but the fact Is that they do. I don't think that the AANA standardizing the typicon notes or all of her dioceses was going to alleviate that problem. I've also noticed a consitent number of errors in the Sunday liturgical guides that are on the website. I don't see how a standardization can or even Gould be enforced, but, like I said, the inclusion of more, usually from the Vespers and/or Orthros, stems from a desire to really bring the heart of each feast/commemoration to people who would otherwise miss out on it. Rather than do that, the priests should encourage more attendance t those services rather than make the DL a mini-Vespers and/or Orthros.