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  1. I think rainbow suits makes textile ones: http://www.rainbowsuits.com/en/products/accessoires
  2. My sabre II has them, and afaik most PD canopies come with them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvEiOiNAiQw
  3. This one? http://blog.performancedesigns.com/another-boring-day-flying-an-f16-not/
  4. Just put additional rings through the softlinks. Thread your breaklines through these and use the existing rings for setting the brakes.
  5. I guess as long as the stitching has the same color as the webbing it is rather easy to miss. It would be really easy to make it obvious by just using a contrast color for the stitching. For climbing harnesses this is a standard for quite some time. UIAA requirement: "...at least 50 % of the visible area of the stitching shall contrast with the background colour" http://www.theuiaa.org/upload_area/News/2014/UIAA-105-Harnesses_11_June_2014.doc1.pdf
  6. http://www.riggingloft.net/#!freefly-tubes/c16pv