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Personally, I prefer to always have the response wrapped.
First, it makes it easier to extend in the future without breaking things.
I have been around long enough, that code I wrote in the 1980s is still being used today!
And the hardest thing to adjust is the data structure changes, because it impacts everything!
Next, it just seems more consistent to always be wrapped. I could be biased by using a system or two that were always wrapped. And their inner objects were always consistent objects, and moveable between other container objects.
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