Looking for a bit of feedback from those already using high-ribs please. I've shot for many years now mainly at DTL but with a conventional rib on a sporter (K80 SuperSport). I have been reasonably successful with that (best 98 ignoring 2nd barrels) with a good few 75's but the illusive 100 has evaded all attempts. Being practical I know that the combination of me and the gun I've had is probably as good as "all the gear" is going to get me but I've been seduced by the hype around high-ribs and I've bought a DT11 X-Trap; I know it's not going to magically make the 100 appear without further ado but, just like most us of us might admit, a bit more kit is simply a nice to have if nothing else (my excuse anyway). So the question; what I've been doing for years is to track the clay, quickly and go fractionally above it (so that the barrels just cover it) and fire. What I want to do with the X-Trap is to just have the clay hanging just in sight, on the sight, on the tip of the barrels. Problem seems to be that I can't get the barrel adjusted enough to achieve the required sight picture; I've been told that I should have the front adjuster on the "1" and the front depressed as far as it will go but I find Iam still covering the clay as I shoot if I want (as I do!) to hit it. My past experience is telling me that I am probably over thinking and looking too hard for a picture that's at odds with the K80 set-up and the fact is that I've already managed to mess with my own head on this too much. Any advice happy received please as well as a bit of "technical" advice" on the matter of how to set up the rib (and stock which I know might need some more thought) for the gun to shoot as high as possible.