Don, I was just about to add a similar comment to a post I made earlier (that I can't remember where):
A temporary solution to the new FamilySearch "search" debacle.
1. Find the source on Ancestry, Find My Past, My Heritage, etc.
2. Post the source, and the info, to the Family Search PID manually or with Record Seek.
3. Return to the PID a few minutes later and look at record hints; the source you could not find using FamilySearch might very well pop up! (Record Hints automatically seems to work better than the manual "Search")
(Check back & see if the FS similar source showed up in 'record hints' after you added it)
It would be perfect if only the databases were consistent.
Sometimes I can't find a record on Acnersty because the surname is mistranscribed, yet when I eventually find the record on FS the surname is correct, it's just the standarised place name that's in another country so it didn't show up initially when I searched.
Example surname errors in Acnersty: Real name: REEVES. Transcribed names: REWES, ROWES, REWEN, REEDER, REETEO (Yes! I know, beat that)
Quoth LDS Search Test: "Real name: REEVES. Transcribed names: REWES, ROWES, REWEN, REEDER, REETEO (Yes! I know, beat that)"
Oh, easily. Actual contents of Nomen Parentum... (name of parents) box: Gröberszberger Gustav, Manszbart Aloysia, arendat. Cath. (Gustav Gröberszberger, Aloysia Manszbart, land-renter, Catholic). Index contents: Father's Name: Aloysius Manszbart, Mother's Name: Cath Arendat.
Less spectacular, but still memorable: actual contents of A' szülők neve (name of the parents) box: Tisztelendő Rőczeÿ János és Zima Borbála (Reverend John Rőczey and Barbara Zima). Index contents: Father's Name: Janós Fiztdeadó.