I’m in the middle of trying to make my library work without any specialized phrase types. I’ve got head-adj-int doing most things just fine, but it breaks down when it comes to possessor pronouns. Like other pronouns, I’ve made my possessor pronouns go through a bare-np rule to pick up their quantifier. However, when I have the possessor pronoun acting as the non-head daughter in an adj-head-int phrase, it is showing up both with and without going through the bare-np rule. When I had a specialized phrase type for possessives, I could just require that its non-head daughter be SPR <> to solve this problem. Anyone have ideas of how to require that a possessor pronoun go through bare-np before acting as a modifier? I tried putting the SPR <> on the non-head daughter of head-adj-int directly, and that led to predictably awful results for the adj library.