He advocates adjusting your normal main tens, say, if you are at 60, drop the mains to 56, and when you get to the two last mains on either side, (4 total) bump them up to 64lbs, and press down on them to equalize the bed after knot tie off. (Due to the higher tens. on the last mains, it raised the whole bed up to 60, but if you start at 60, and raise the last mains to 68, it's going to raise the whole bed up to 63 or so.) The tens. diff. migrates across the bed. He then says increase the crosses 4 lbs up, from 56 to 60, until you get to the last 3 crosses, which you bump up to 64lbs. Doing this will eliminate tension loss as you know it, but it also stiffens up the bed somewhat and drops power down. If using poly, they advocate a very slow pull, and min. constant pull (if using a cons. pull machine 30% only), and don't clamp off for at least 5sec., to let the poly stretch out. They also say poly performs better at lower tens. due to its stiffness, and the trajectory off the bed is not as high an angle as gut or multis which are softer and more elastic. That's why so many people like low tens. on poly, fewer string breaks as well. Has anyone combined the low tens. (30-40) with the jaycee method?