Forget all that Gary, I for one look at your trigon with envy as know that it takes more skill and understanding to deliver your scapes that in a rectangular box with all the gear.
I would certainly love to see the next journaled as they are always a joy to follow. Would be a shame not to share your wizardry
I agree with Iain. Not so long ago people were saying how hard these tanks were to scape and that the bowed front played havoc with flow / distribution etc but you nailed it all (and so has Jim). I'd like to see another of your scapes in this tank.
Don't worry about other peoples kit mate we all have to work to our means. I've got a bit of speed fit pipe in one of mine so have decided not to enter it in IAPLC this year