Performance is related to the number of linked models in the container. More linked models in your model container lead to slower performance, but also leads to more manageable code, because it is in smaller chunks.
Does this mean that swapping contained models in/out frequently is bad, or does it refer to the depth of the linking (contained model itself has model containers)?
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