If you set up 5 mix and match discounts, and where there is a quantity discount of a product where: 5 pcs = 199, 10 pcs = 398, 20 pcs = 740, 30 pcs = 1050, 40 pcs = 1320, 50 pcs = 1450. The product is being scanned one-by-one in the POS. This results in the fact that the POS lines are not being correctly aggregated, and the customer ends up to many POS line in the POS screen, that are equal. End-customers that looks at the dual-display react to this and the POS operators find it confusing. This idea is for making sure the aggregation on the POS line are correct and better. Repro steps: 1. Create 5 mix and match dicounts (either on a product or category) with the following pricings; 5 pcs = 199, 10 pcs = 398, 20 pcs = 740, 30 pcs = 1050, 40 pcs = 1320, 50 pcs = 1450. 2. Distribute this to a POS(MPOS/CPOS) 3. Scan/key in one by one line with the same item and see that the lines are splitted correcty related to the discount, but not aggregated correctly as the quantity increase. Support requests have been created, but was not accepted as a bug. "Retail is Detail", and issues like this causes questions and some retailer say this is weakening their brand and focus on quality.