I didn't really get that demand:
- Rms is just indicative in the .pano file. It is recomputed from the .pano information as some advanced user could decided to change the yaw/pitch/roll of camera in the .pano file, making rms bad. So we save it just for information, in no way it is representative of the .pano
- APW just stores the other .pano / groups
- default values of the software are done from the software, not from a .pano
I think Destiny feels that when loading an APW then she expects all settimgs to be restored to the way they were when she saved the workspace.
That seems a reasonable expectation.