I say that because with NASSP 7.0 tutorial that you can find here http://francophone.dansteph.com/?page
We have multiple files for differents situation and a cold and dark situation. Because in nassp 8 ou nassp 7 when i launch a situation many switches are ON but it's very difficult to follow a checklist with this situation we must check what in ON or OFF... Not a real situation
Actually for a T-4h launch it is a very real situation. At this point in time, the CM had power, and most of the systems are off.
And the checklist reflects exactly that, so it should be very easy/straight forward to follow. Much of the backup crew's checklist was verifying a switch position prior to prime crew ingress, be it in an "on" or "off" state or something else entirely.