For the love of god, stop using "i.e." incorrectly
Seen too many people on this forum make this mistake.
i.e., is id est meaning "in other words"
e.g., is what you're actually looking for. E.g., is exempli gratia, or "for the sake of example"
So please stop saying something like "EBs, i.e.," unless you mean to say that the only EBs that exist are EVR and CVP.
Yes this is nerdy shit to care about but goddamn in an industry that cares about pointless details like whether it's mm or million or M or MM, you would think people would actually use the right abbreviation