Do you agree with my bolded examples below? I don't think there is any need for hyphens in the compound modifiers. He applied for the assistant store manager position. (Not: ...assistant-store-manager position.) He is in the store manager trainee position. (Not: ...store-manager-trainee position.) She likes chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream. (Not: ...chocolate-chip cookie-dough ice cream.) The technology is state of the art. (Not: ...is state-of-the-art.) The software is cutting edge. (Not: ...is cutting-edge.) The test is multiple choice and fill in the blank. (Not: The test is multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank.) The test consists of multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank questions. (Hyphens are required here, agreed?) Thank you.