I've come up with a good visualization trick that might be worth sharing. I'm currently working on turning a single-POV book into a three-POV book (ugh, hatchetwork. Back into the swamp with the leeches, Bogey!) and I've come up with the idea of doing each of the POVs in a separate color. Since I use MacroSloth Word, it's easy enough to set each up as a separate style.
What's very neat about this is that I can now scroll through my document and--on fast forward--get an idea of what the balance of POVs is in any given section.
Then, when I'm ready to print, I just highlight the whole document and set the text to 'black' right before I push the button.
Very handy, that. Thought it might be a useful tip for somebody.