With the well known "Working together" program that was (still is??) in force during the building of the 777, being the inclusion of many never before sought after opinions, did it indeed help to make a better aircraft. I'm looking for the maintenance aspect specifically. For those of you familiar with other Boeing products that predate this program (primarily 757, 767) and now have a fair amount of time on type, did the program help make the aircraft better to maintain ie: access, simplification of unnecessarily complicated items/systems, better documentation (TSM,AMM,SRM.....etc), higher use of common -(dash) numbered item, deactivation procedures simplified/better tooling ....etc. I ask to compare to the 757/767 because, some items that you may have come across on these older models you wonder "Well, why did they do it like this...?" Were some oddities repeated?
Ever curious, Reid.