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  1. It replaces the thumbscrew. Super simple to install, and loads nicer than those gash thumbscrews. I'd buy another one tomorrow.
  2. All four hooks connected at take off, and restraints too. I personally take the slack out of the laterals for take off, then tighten them fully shortly before exit.
  3. I have both a cutaway on my helmet, and an RSL. I am a firm believer that EVERY camera helmet should have a cutaway, regardless of what type of camera is fitted. I also know several people that have had to use their cutaways in live situations. I jump an RSL, despite some of the more 'old school' jumpers I work with not supporting the idea, in fact, most of the camera team at my dropzone use either and RSL or skyhook, save one or two. Having had a hairy moment on Saturday, a pilot chute hesitation on main (with the main clearing and opening at 2000ft as I reached for the reserve handle) and the main opening with enough twists to make it interesting, I was glad to have and RSL... I had a fairly clean reserve deployment and landed in the lading area wthout further incident. I know plenty of people that use RSL/Skyhook and fly camera, and personally I feel that the pros outweigh the cons :)
  4. Sometimes it's just all too much, and you need a nap...
  5. This is my Flat Top, with the carbon L bracket turned 90degrees, and a canon 220 flash mounted on it. Come in quite handy in the UK! Please excuse the poor quality iPhone picture!