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I agree, it probably is not that common.
Regarding phasing. It would be highly undesireable to speculate calls. Calls will probably be expensive, may have side effects, and might cause your current belt to spill/fill, unlike say an add or a eql that have no side effects.
Therefore, would it not make more sense to move up the pick phase in front of call phase so that you can use picks to avoid calls? I assume the pick is currently after the calls because calls can return values, but if you think about it, you would never want to execute a call speculatively which greatly diminishes the value of picking call results.
This is a much more generic and common occurrence than the switch ranges.