RE: Select fin for isonic
I think that you've made a case for a number fins, if only for the edges of performance. Nevertheless, I'm taken back a bit by your comments about needing to take 10-15 sessions, before understanding the design the iS105. I've never experienced but a session or two get the hang of my choices, if that. I guess that relative ease has formulated my decision approach to a great deal. I would find it untoward to spend so much time softening up to a design. I wonder whether others feel so encumbered making the adjustment to modern popular designs. Maybe they can speak up to balance your thoughts.