I don't do a lot of small scale mapping, so I never thought very much about this before. I'm making a wall-size map of industrial locations across the country. I'm using a pretty standard Albers projection, so I've rotated the labels in varying amounts to roughly match the meridians (well, perhaps I should say the state boundaries, as this map probably won't have a graticule). The question is whether I rotate the site markers (the purple ovals) to match. I'm thinking that since I even rotated the highway shields, I should. But there'll be a listing of the sites around the margins of the map that will be straight to the page. Advice?