We have 1 large commercial I turned on yesterday. When I got to the third clock there was over 15 saddles/heads damaged and counting.. God bless the shop vac for cleaning out muddy holes and clearing dirty lines. The shop vac so far this year is my favorite tool hands down... I'm not a fan of dewalt by any means, but the battery lasts and the vac itself takes a beating and keeps on ticking!!!!! I'll dump my pics for the past few weeks. It looks like someone ripped the drip with my fittings and then a dog came by and tore the inline apart. Builder system we maintain after its installed...FREE house washing!!! Anyone ever see or hear this happen with a tank? Looks like the stem failed. Thats all I got I'm not a well guy. Although I wish I was. http://s660.photobucket.com/user/whitehatphishphan/media/IMG_1258.mp4.html DAM plows! Keeps us busy We had this account.. Landscaper/ designer came in and installed the drip after planting. We lost the account to the landscaper.. Years went by landscaper did the turn on, never had good flow.. Well, We got paid handsomely to come in and fix the problem..Wasn't hard to figure out after I found it was only fed once by 17MM drip netafim. To guess they put 3-4 rolls per zone, 6 zones....Even with the down hill the drip wouldn't work properly.. As we all know, Either you pay me to do it right, or you pay me even more to fix the mistakes The plastic bag really is the trademark of the piker.... Time for work be good lads!!!!