I'm confused and would like some clarification please. I want to experiment with some hybrid combinations and I'm not really sure what the "rules" are. My beginner-level understanding is that when stringing two different strings such as poly and nylon, the nylon should be strung tighter, in order to make a more consistent string bed. This is because the poly is already stiffer than the nylon, and you don't want a huge difference in that kind of feel. In other words, poly and nylon at the same tension will be drastically different in stiffness. This difference could negatively impact feel and response IMO. So, say for instance I string my full bed poly frames @ 50 lbs. I like that tension, I'm comfortable with it and it's predictable to me. If I wanted a hybrid job, I'd still want an average tension of 50 lbs. So I'd string the poly mains @ 48 lbs and the nylon cross @ 52 lbs for an average of 50 lbs. Amirite? Or do I have this whole hybrid thing wrong? thanks!