I am working on some Revit 2013 projects where all the details are linked into the project as separate .dwg's into their respective drafting views. There are some 20 sheets of details set up in the project in this way. We have good computers and I am not including the hardware in this discussion. I feel this file should perform better, and I have never worked anywhere where we linked Autocad details. I do know that a large civil autocad file can slow down my file, but should I be suspecting this detail set-up as a dog on my file performance?
Anyone else doing this as a normal workflow?