I will, but there is alot of packing voodoo. Its like fierce tribalism with everyone defending their packing method. I just tried it out last night and it seems to maintain tension on the lines and tension on the tails folds better, hence holding my slider in place better while making it easier to bag. How it will open I have no idea.
one way to find out.......HOWEVER are you really the person to be a test jumper?
Not suggesting you should or shouldnt do it. I would suggest that you take it out and show someone (Instructor/rigger etc) what you have done and get their opinion. If they think its ok to jump then go do it and enjoy the butterflies you will probably have when you throw your PC
i find that laying the pack-job down, squeezing the air out and cocooning it either as for the reverse-S fold or Wolmari-pack BEFORE flipping it over and rolling it up to bag it psycho style is the best of both worlds...more control with the laying down and coccooning and then easier folding/bagging as per psycho-pack... mind you this was shown to me because i was so useless at everything else...
Squeak is right. Beer cans are very heavy. And I can lift them. Reason I ask is it just seems a cleaner way to bag(psycho pack) and maintain tension on the slider to keep it up against the stops. And those supporting the wolmari pack say it noticable reduces the risk of a lineover. And I had alot of free time last night.
Regarding psycho packing, is it flipped over for any reason other than to keep the keep the tail area neat and clean?
I'd rather use different nose/slider placement.......................................................
I tried that too, but it wasn't helping much either. A big part of the problem was that I was trying to stuff too large of a NEW canopy into a bag that was one size too small, thus messing things up in the process. I went to the Psycho pack, and just loved it. My openinings have been soft and mostly on heading ever since.....Steve1