I completely agree with Harvey on this. I am a creative producer myself and we CP's are with a project from Inception (in some cases) thru distribution which is usually years. I was at the producers forum at a large film market last year and talked to dozens of producers and mid conversation realized that most of them didn't have a clue about running a production, some had barely visited the set of the films they "produced". I have discovered a very universal truth and that is that co-producers, associate producers, executive producers, all the different kinds of producers introduce themselves as "Producers". I understand that in a sense this is true, but c'mon, I know why they want that title. Writing a check or delivering a certain actor are totally valid reasons to be given a producer credit, but stay in your "producer lane". Don't make it sound like your "the big cheese" if you ain't. That's just my two cents.