Grant Fritchey (1/4/2011)
the PK is not being used to determine access to the table. That at least suggests you should be looking elsewhere for the PK.
Not the PK, the clustered index. Though, from the example of what's in the Kind column, it's a very, very, very bad choice for a cluster.
Could be that some of the nonclustered indexes could benefit from reordering columns. Very hard to tell without doing a complete index analysis (which easily takes a month on a large DB)
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