So I've seen some fixes for the bow tie issue revs are prone to and I'm curious as to why the dual angle outer edge is the chosen fix. Lam does it on his ABS quad, Jon on his Djinn, Mat on his home builts. Jon stated in another thread that the trailing edge of the sail is where the problem is in that as you give brake there is a point where part of the edge flips before the rest causing the upright to flip. I noticed this on my rev today but where I saw it happening is along the trailing edge from the tip of the up right to about half way to the center panel and the more the center of the sail billows out, the easier it is to bowtie. How does that dual angle on the outer edge stop the bow tie or is there another mod to the sail shape that does it? I've toyed with the idea of a curved trailing edge inbetween the up rights as a fix but haven't tried it yet.