Recently, I've been researching the Wise 2086. A big turn-off to me is that I would lose my 360°. Considering that the #1 factor in switching to the Wise is simply to make life easier... I am 100% not willing to give up my 360° rotation. That said, I've been doing a lot of research involving modifications in order to make the machine (Revo4k) and the Wise work together and still give me 360° rotation. Though I can't quite find anyone with my particular setup that has done this, others with different machines have... It seems like an easy fix. I'd probably just add some washers between the table top and base. However, this incurs a separate problem: the Wise tension head's linear gripper is horizontal. Unlike, the Revo's slanted gripper, the Wise gripper is not meant for this kind of use. Can anyone with this type of setup chime in? So far, the solution I have to this problem is adding my own "Diablo" or nosecone like someone did on the photostringer site. Any opinions on this? This still leaves one last problem. According to Herb, the Wise was not designed for this kind of use and he says it would lead to inaccuracy. Apparently, the way the load cells were designed involved only linear pulls and they cannot compensate for the vertical discrepancies. But does this really matter? Opinions on this? Someone else started a similar thread in the GSS boards a while ago: http://www.*slamstringers.com/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1167277704/8#8 (replace * with "grand") After reading that thread, I researched on the TW boards a bit and found a thread with some very interesting insights: http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=56186&page=2 So I guess to sum up my questions: Anyone modify their Revo4k+Wise for 360° rotation? Does the plane at which the gripper pulls the tension in relation to the stringbed's plane have an effect on overall tension?