Thanks Philip,
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I had actually considered that very thing.  It got me wondering, what is 
the value of having the entire development history in the new version, 
particularly since some elements are completely different.  It seems 
wasteful and cumbersome to carry around the "old baggage" from the last 
version.  Admittedly, I'm no expert using git, and further, I'm not sure I 
have been using it as sensibly as I could/should.  But I would like to hear 
the pros and cons of maintaining the entire development history in the 
project, especially since I will maintain an old development track for the 
previous version.  Any thoughts would be appreciated. 

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