Voted no on this.
While the RFC does indeed make OIP-85 less ambiguous, the underlying premise is still flawed as long as only USD currencies are counted as reserves.
Suggest any reductions be done after a broader discussion on what exactly is a reserve asset? Highly recommend Olympus move to add BTC, ETH as reserve assets too hence also opening up bonds for those as reserve bonds.
If anything, BTC and ETH if reserve assets, should have bonds open right now so the treasury can accumulate as much as possible. While this would be open to community discussion, 1/3rd of the reserves should be in native digital assets.