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If several of these accounts wind up at the same custodian, you may want to consolidate them in one account to minimize maintenance fees.

Not sure if this applies, or matters to you, but you might want to see if you're going to be paying a transaction fee for each move.
I can just see them dinging you $50 for each move resulting in $150 in transfer fees from your old fund (on top of the potentially new custodial fees from your new broker/fund).
Plus if your current fund/broker is charging you an annual fee, they'll most likely ding you for 2005's fee before distributing.
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