No basic changes to the large reptile tree topology (LRT, Fig. 1, 938 taxa). The biggest difference from traditional trees continues to be the separation of dissorophoids, including Cacops, from temnospondyls. Cacops and kin are still nesting with the lepospondyls, including all microsaurs and extant amphibians
Tomorrow or shortly thereafter
I’ll start reporting some numbers and describing some interesting taxa. For those interested, whenever I add taxa, I revisit and update old taxa including their scores. So if you want an updated .nex file, now is a better time than ever, with errors minimized.