on the show with julie goloski and the m&p you refer to the new m&p as a"clean sheet design" what does that mean? thanks
It's a clichÃ©, meaning no carry-over from prior designs.
Imagine a designer turning to a new page in his sketch book to create something new.
Of course, nobody uses paper to design these days, but the saying persists.
I think it's most often used in the auto industry.
I'm no expert, and definately not Jim. But my interpretation is that means they started with a "clean sheet", not altering/modifying a previous model. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
That's pretty much what I wrote above. You're right.