This session will comprise a talk with a panel of speakers looking at KBART: seven years later (since the publication of the first set of recommendations up to today). The panel will discuss the changes on the e-resources metadata landscape, the benefits of KBART and the challenges of its implementation. Today poor metadata in the electronic resources supply chain is still a problem. The panel will use practical examples to explain how metadata creation, consumption and usage are marked by the constant requirement of finding the balance between available resources (technical and human) and end user discoverability needs. The KBART Standing Committee sees the implementation of KBART recommendations as a community effort from a range of stakeholders (content providers, knowledge bases, link resolvers and librarians).