Thanks for the input! As much as I would like to be part of the crowd that wouldn’t need to make the change, I still believe a call needs to be made with a transition plan. This dual cylinder option seems like it would hinder the growth of SKUSA as it unnecessarily presents two options with one being more expensive and the perception that one has better performance. For those on the fence whether or not to participate in SKUSA events, having to consider making an investment in a new cylinder (assuming most non-SKUSA participants run 99’s) doesn’t help.
I agree that no matter what the decision someone is going to be pissed off but this didn’t stop SKUSA from starting to reduce the number of TaG motors. I’m sure SKUSA doesn’t like to make these decisions but I commend them for doing so.