That's pretty much what I thought.
Here's why I ask (Actually, this is very much a debatable issue, and should be debated):
I have a mondo heavy-duty plugin that displays some real bitchin' Google Maps stuff.
Kewl, Knarly, etc. <wave hang-ten fingers/>
The problem is that the GM API is REAL BIG, and introduces SERIOUS lag time to the page. I just found out that the GM API sticks <style> tags in their include, so I can't reference it from the content.
This means that EVERYONE, whether or not they will ever use the GM stuff, has to pay for it.
UPDATE: I'll probably write some real, bloody, dripping, machete-style hack that will look for a "page_id" or a "p" in the argument list, and will read the content from the DB (bad thing to do, as it bypasses all kinds of nice stuff). I'll peek in the content to see if my trigger comments are there. If so, I'll include the files. If not, I'll just skip them.