Titles of the Sources Used in the Notes Section and Its Benefits.
I have used the notes feature in Roots Magic to copy down the titles of my sources, rather using a cumbersome source file because I want the abstracts of the records I have found in plain view and ready to reanalyze for use with children and parents. Often, I will go back to these abstracts, years later, and with the benefit of more information gathered along the way, am able to readily spot errors that have may have creeped into the details I have recorded on individuals. There is nothing in my source file about the 73,000 plus individuals that are in my database now. Unfortunately, I am not going to live long enough to acceptibly document my sources in Familysearch as it is presently organized.
My style of research and documenting frees-up my time up to use it for, to my mind, the most significant aspect of family history research--the search. I use Familysearch as a backup to my data, and the place I go to print ordinance cards. Otherwise, I spend most of my days in Ancestry.com, searching and documenting with ease. The less I am faced with the nit-pickiness of traditional genealogical research, the more enjoyment I have in the journey, and the more abundance I amass in the yield
When my records are tranferred over to Familysearch, no sources are cited, although I got my data from many primary and secondary sources. If, however, my notes were transferred in the process, I don't think there would be much skepticism about my conclusions.