Is destroying triggers really worth it? I mean lets say you have a few that run 1x and you don't need them again. Does destroying them actually free up memory and improve performance? If it does I barely notice it. Why destroy triggers at all when you can just turn them off?
While were on the topic, I've also been thinking a lot about dialogs and also destroying unused dialogs and items. In general, if something isn't being used why keep in running in the background. I almost wonder if all these little things add up.