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I frequently look at M* to see what they have in the way of information regarding funds including their star rating but the information there is just that, information to consider. I don't look at it as a deal maker or breaker.
You indicated that you are considering some of Vanguards index funds. By their nature, index funds are going to be "average" so the M* information is not particularly important other than to check to see how the fund may be tracking the index.

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