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Very helpful @AlanM; thanks. I knew that the routes differ between Hi and Lo, but I wasn't aware that the reporting points might be used exclusively for one or the other. In the area were I mostly fly, the IFR reporting points all seem to be used for both Hi and Lo. The VFR layer on Skyvector doesn't fill me with confidence: in my town, there are NDBs on the map that were dismantled before I started flying in 2003. The TWR frequency at my airport was correct perhaps five years ago: it briefly changed completely until the introduction of 8.33 when it changed to the equivalent of the old frequency. The runway length, which was changed five years ago, is correct. A D-area that changed to an R-area a few years ago is also correct. So a mixed bag, all in all.
On topic: I used to plan my flights using VORs, either the beacons themselves or radial/distance. Now there are hardly any left, so I use IFR reporting points in my flight plans. I also make position reports relative to them unless I'm close to a "well-known" town: the controllers in southern Sweden cover a large area and can't be expected to know the smallest village. I've never had a response from ATS like the OP, though.
Autocorrect is so frustrating. It's always making me say things I didn't Nintendo.