Do you ever break up a large rails model class into smaller classes for the sake of just having smaller classes?
I have a user model class that is growing in number of attributes quite quickly. A part of me thinks I should group attributes together and peel them off as separate classes in order to reduce the number of attributes in the user class, another part of me says that the extra work to create and maintain a separate table plus the has-one/belongs_to relationship makes it so doing this just isn’t worth it. I don’t have any problems using this class, it’s just the growing number of attributes and instance methods is approaching 50, and it just smells funny.
Do you do anything about this?