I have been poring over the following for ages now and just can't find out what is going wrong.
Thus, another set of XML-savvy eyes would be greatly appreciated!

This is a relevant snippet of the XML that I want to transform via XSLT:

				<string>The text I'm trying to select.</string>
				<string>Your Description</string>
I want to select the content of the <string> following <key>'s with "plainText" as content,
but only in <dict>'s where the string following key='source' is "Your description".

I've set the XSL up like this:
<!-- data is contained in an array: applies to synopses -->
                <xsl:when test="$dataname='synopses'">
                    <!-- only import own synopses -->
                    <xsl:if test="following-sibling::array[1]/dict/key['source']/following-sibling::string[1]/text()='Your Description'">
                        <xsl:value-of select="following-sibling::array[1]/dict/key['plainText']/following-sibling::string[1]"/>
While I do get the content of the string I want with this, the string "Your Description" is also appended to it in my resulting XML, like so:

<synopsis>The text I'm trying to select. Your Description</synopsis>
But I have NO idea how that "Your Description" is getting pulled in?
It is as if the last string[1] is being ignored??

Thanks for any pointers here,