Fidelity posted within the last hour drip shares are dated 11/14.
Fidelity grossed up the discount to record a higher distribution and a higher drip price. All this does is decrease the tax basis of the distribution-paying lots and increase the tax basis of this drip lot by the same amount. This is correct as a matter of tax law but is meaningless to retirement accounts.
On a cash basis, the drip shares cost me, per share: 41.7527 41.7527 41.7563 in 3 different accounts.