so as someone who mostly fishes telestick. id like to see an improvement on how the telestick mechanic for using these types of rigs works. i understand you want to make it so the leader is resting along the floor, its the same in real life fishing, but maybe not as long as 20-60cm , but the whole bite mechanic is kinda messed up because of it.... When using a slider rig, the float goes under you strike, you hook the fish and you bring it in. when using the hair rigs, its pure luck. you have to 100% guess when you want to strike it because it will rarely ever go down and stay down. it will pop down for a split second or spin around on the surface for 40 seconds going left then right.. or right then left. but there doesn't seem to be a 100% guarantee to know when you have a bite and you end up missing 80% of your fish. Im sure your statistics will show that most carp are caught on corn meal/ honey dough , because its so much easier to catch them on that rig then the carp ones.