Hi. I have an XML document that I want to perform an XSL transformation on
and I'm not sure how to get the results I want. Let me give an example of
the original and desired documents.

Original XML:
<Material_Description Material_ID="MyVideo">
<Volume Material_ID="MyVideo">
<Label>MyVideoFootage</Label>
<Shot Material_ID="Shot1">
<In_Frame />
<Out_Frame />

<Shot Material_ID="SubShot1a">
<In_Frame />
<Out_Frame />
</Shot>

<Shot Material_ID="SubShot1b">
<In_Frame />
<Out_Frame />
</Shot>
</Shot>
<Shot Material_ID="Shot2">
<In_Frame />
<Out_Frame />
</Shot>
<Volume>
</Material_Description>

I'd like to use an XSL transformation to create an EXACT COPY of the original
XML document plus a modification in the XML node hierarchy so that if a "SubShot"
exists, it replaces its "Shot" parent node.

Desired XML:
<Material_Description Material_ID="MyVideo">
<Volume Material_ID="MyVideo">
<Label>MyVideoFootage</Label>
<Shot Material_ID="SubShot1a">
<In_Frame />
<Out_Frame />
</Shot>
<Shot Material_ID="SubShot1b">
<In_Frame />
<Out_Frame />
</Shot>
<Shot Material_ID="Shot2">
<In_Frame />
<Out_Frame />
</Shot>
<Volume>
</Material_Description>

Everything I read about XSL transformations indicates that this should be
possible, but I can't work out the syntax to achieve the desired result.
I believe I could solve this using a DOM, but I'm very new to XSL and I
suspect the XSL solution would be more elegant and extensible. Humble cries
for help from an XSL rookie.

Best regards,

ADK.