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Default qreBs and armor

Did we ever come up with a rule for how qreBs affected the felt weight of armor? or is it something that was left intentionally vague? (aka did I miss this in the T5 book?)
the example in the T5 book is strictly linear... B-4 reduced felt weight by 4 kilos.
It is described as reducing or increasing the apparent weight or unwieldiness of the object... that would be more subjective would it not?

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