I recently received a message from Familysearch picturing a tree with a list of those who had contributed most and to send thanks to them.
I was rather surprised to see that my 60 years of thorough research involving costs, certificates from various countries, private researchers etc, that I was not listed as the person with most contributions. Instead, the person who had contributed the most was a then son-in-law who had done none of my research, nor temple work, but had simply copied all the data I had given to my daughter- on PAF and CD rom. His name appears only because he loaded the data, not due to any effort from him.
I have been very generous with all of my research over the years and have shared with many cousins etc. Perhaps the idea of sending thanks with a list for names can be rearranged so that credit is not given when it is not due.