(   What the original poster was thinking of is
  (   the patchlevel that gets incremented every
  (   time a new security (or nowadays: errata)
  (   patch is applied to any of the -RELEASE
  (   branches.  That modifies the OS name (ie.
  (   the output of 'uname -r')

That is exactly right Matthew. I thought (assumed) that "#0" in the uname -a output 
was the patchlevel of the OS. At this point in my life, I'm not so concerned about 
what that number is, but rather I am running the most secure and stable patchlevel 
available.

So if I set my cvs tag as Ezequiel (thank you) suggested:
change: *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_5_2_1_RELEASE
to: *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_5_2_1
That will get me the latest patches?

I'll make that change and rebuild again today.

Thanks all for your help. :)
Scott

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