Hi everyone, and thanks in advance for any help you may provide. I'm having an argument with others (and myself) over using the term "different-size" as an adjective, i.e. "Print on a variety of different-size caps." Personally, I'd prefer "different-sized," but that's another discussion. I'm getting editing advice which says that it should say, "different size caps." My argument is that the hyphen should be used because the phrase is being used as an adjective. Without the hyphen, I think the phrase could be taken to mean, "size caps that are different," while it actually means, "caps of different sizes." I'll probably edit the sentence to make it clearer anyway, but I'd like some feedback on whether there should be a hyphen in the original.