On 2 February 2002, I ordered images of 4 statutory register certificates; one for a marriage and 3 for births. As was the routine at the time, the correct references for ordering the images was determined by searching the online International Genealogical Index (IGI) and submitting an order form to the "Family & Church History MAIL SERVICES". All of the images came from FHL fiche 6,035,516 (see attached order form image).
As I am now more familiar with the look of the Scottish Statutory Registers, I realized the provenance of the record images. Hoping that I could save a few dollars by correctly citing these FHL images, rather than purchasing them from ScotlandsPeople, I consulted the FamilySearch catalog. Unfortunately; the catalog just lists the noted fiche as "Register of births, marriages and deaths of Scotland", "compiled by British Reference of the Family History Library, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah." So; I'm on rather unfamiliar ground and could use a nudge in the correct direction.
To me, this seems to be an FHL Microfilm/Microfiche (Preservation Copy) of a collection of register pages. Would it be correct to view it as such? Would one, therefor, model the citation after the example given in sec. 9.38, p. 465 of the 3rd ed. of Evidence Explained? Perhaps there's a better example to use?