Although we've switched over to the Hunter Institutional Sprays and are using their AANs (adjustable arc nozzles) for our particular needs this is the first time I've actually taken a picture of one in action. (Been using a lot of them on MP-Rotator installs and renovations lately.) This one's an INST-06-CV with a 12' AAN from a repair job today where the zone sat dead for at least the past three months and possibly for the entire season. Although we (me, Leo and our boss) knew the zone wasn't working and this zone is right in front of the Adult Education School we didn't budge in taking care of the problem UNTIL the site finally put in a work order. (We've had real problems with this site NOT putting in work orders.) What I'm amazed at is the pattern. It looks alot like streams within a spray which can be seen in the picture. The angle is great, nearer a traditional angle than the flat Toro TVAN trajectory I'd gotten accustomed to. Noticed when we had the zone on with a bit of breeze blowing that existing TVANs were drifting a little while these weren't. I don't know if the streams stabilize the spray or not but was quite impressed by the coverage from the 12' nozzle. PETER: On a different note I looked for excessive flush-by and didn't observe any on the 6" models we used today as compared to the 12" I-Sprays you used at the arboretum. These had a normal amount of flushing and immediately popped up.