IMHO, it is more important to get the low stretch stuff for halyards, not so much for the sheets.
My reasoning is that you're constantly adjusting the sheets, so if they stretch a bit, you won't really notice, since you're constantly adjusting them. The halyards are generally fixed for much longer durations, and much harder to adjust, so any reduction of stretch in the halyards is going to be a much bigger and noticeable improvement IMHO.
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