The jury is still out on the long-term implications of FAS 122, an accounting rule that changed the way mortgage servicing rights are to be valued on a company's balance sheets.

But some lenders are already steaming about the broad leeway the rule gives to companies in valuing their servicing assets. They say the rule leads to difficulties in comparing earnings from company to company and also leads to distortions of pricing.

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