I am writing a presentation on BDD and the Cucumber software tool, and need a snappy title for one of the points I'm making: That if you put in the work and spend some time carefully parametrizing the step definition/implementation files, then there will become a point in time that you will no longer need to write any more step implementation files and the work will suddenly become very easy, and you can now throw together loads of BDD tests in no time at all.
I'm thinking of calling it "The Parameterization Threshold", but "threshold" has connotations that it is something that you shouldn't cross. There must be a better word/words for this.
Another could be "The Parameterization Return on Investment", but that doesn't capture that the ROI is very good, and happens at a certain point in time and that the effort you have put in is suddenly paying off and now you can do things with great ease.
edit: I was asked for an example sentence:
"It takes some time and effort to carefully parameterize the step files, however, once you reach the <word/phrase/idiom> then it's amazing. After this point, you can rapidly create more tests with ease"