Ok, There is obviously few people who care about this, but I'm going to say it anyway.
If one takes a good long look at the Window Exits on Ship 710, and compare them with any other ship in the AirTran 717 fleet (and yes, you have to look at them in person, or if you want to admit it, it is different), 710 is THE ONLY ship that has the outline painted on the exterior fuselage, and not the window exit itself. Now, I know that when I saw this aircraft in 2002, it had the window exits painted on the hatch themselves, and in 2003, that had all changed, leading me to believe that this aircraft was either repainted, or had something done to it. Now, if you go and look at any other repainted aircraft, the font used for the registration is different. Instead of the "Square" font used during delivery, it is a "roundish" font. But 710 seemed to have kept the "squarish" font. The Nose Gear doors however got the new font. I know my eyes are not playing tricks on me, as I have done LOTS of research on this.
What I want to know is "WHY!?!"