I've got an idea, and this weekend, I'm going to start on it and let you know how it works out. Tell me what you guys think. When weedwhipping, what's probably the most fatigued area after a duration of time? Probably the trigger hand, right? With it being curled with the wrist sort of tucked in order to position the trimmer properly, it makes me wonder; Why hasn't anyone developed an ergonomically shaped trimmer handle? So, here's what I'm going to do. I'm going to purchase a triggered handle like the ones on my Echo blowers; the ones that have the adjustable swivel handle. I'll mount a smaller diameter strap to it that will tighten down over the trimmer shaft with one or two small bolts. This will allow me to have a handle that is bent so the thumb is raised higher, making it easier to hold on to and control, fully adjustable, and it wouldn't have to be lifted at much of an angle, though. I figure about a 30 degree angle from the shaft should do it, and if I wanted, I could even twist it a little and angle it inward just a little. If this works, I'll do all my trimmers like this. Let's just make an aftermarket handle, patent it for ALL trimmers, and we could make a mint. HEY! Gotta go!