Ha! @AlW you must mean little stuff like assuring that all the views are matching and are always up to date with the 3-D model, less duplication of effort, etc....
I've been making that pitch for a while now but our contingent of Rhino users is still a relatively small part of our design team so the folks who are new to Rhino are sometimes resisting assimilation.
The bottom line is that these little style things are easy to nit-pick so if I can fix as many of them as possible and produce drawings in Rhino that look close to coming out of AutoCAD, then I'll be in a better position to negotiate the things that aren't easy to fix, like the oblique angle which, I'm sure that 95% of our clients would not even notice if we changed.
Anyway, sorry to get off topic, and thanks for the responses.