Using RSTDSP *NO for a screen file

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Is there ever a meaningful advantage to using this for a screen file? We are looking at changing all of our display files to RSTDSP *YES and my fear is there's a subtle downside somewhere. This is in an environment of all RPG or RPGLE programs.
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    RSTDSP(*YES) means that the display is saved when another file is shown on the screen. The effect is that when you return to the display your original data is shown without program intervention. A slight overhead could be caused by the save of the display(file data)
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