I'd love to get insights from the long time GTD users.It's regarding projects how to manage the status of them.Currently if I have an active project it stays on my "active project list" until it's completed - even if the next step is on hold for a week or two so there is no associated next action. Given that I do a weekly review I now move this project onto hold since I can't do any work on it, but what ends up happening is that there is a lot of back and forth of status changing that goes on just to keep the weekly list of projects accurate based on where the next step is at. Unfortunately, neither way seems to sit well with me. I realize that sometimes it just takes time to change the behavior, which is why I would like your opinion. I am struggling with trying to find the balance of keeping my project lists current knowing that the status of them change from week to week. I'd like to get your take on whether it is a better practice to have accurate lists which requires being more judicious so that I can be focused for the week or to be less accurate (and spend less time moving the project status around from active to on hold) and seeing there is "noise" on my list, but knowing that next week the project status will revert back again to active. Thanks.