As our Labyrinth Lord campaign evolves, I realize that we are really using the "Core" or B/X ruleset much more than the Advanced. By that, I mean that originally we were going to be playing Advanced with some throwbacks to B/X: Advanced HD for characters, Advanced spell lists, etc. From the B/X all we were using was race as class, basically. Now that I look at it, though, we are really playing B/X-Core LL and making up our own additions to it. The only thing we use from the Advanced companion is the higher HD.
More and more I see myself adding or modifying rules to be closer to OD&D, actually. Much more is being decided by d6, for example. Something I've been toying with for a while is switching to Standard Weapon Damage. Mainly, I must admit, it's because I want some people to use daggers. Haha. That sounds stupid when I write it, but it's true. I think they're cool and I want some dagger-love in my campaign.
Does anyone have experience with Standard Weapon Damage a la OD&D? Positive experiences? Negative experiences?