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In the version of ZWEI on system 36.2, with microcode 683, on LISP Machine Eight:

Using the E command in Dired visits the exact file you are pointing to,
rather than the ">" version.  Typing c-X c-S then smashes that file.  It
at least ought to ask for a file name the first time c-X c-S is typed as it
does when you are in a "random" buffer.

I just trashed a file a little because of this.  I guess I must be burned-out.