Remember the term FUBAR, you know, Fouled Up Beyond All Repair? A grounds maintenance client of mine has a FUBAR irrigation system that someone installed several years ago. Okay, this is a small city residential tract home with a front lawn that is only about 1000 square feet but has nine PGPs on it, and all on one zone. The radius of most of these PGPs is only about ten or twelve feet. Does this sound FUBAR to you? Trying to figure out what goes here, I started to pop up some of the heads and look at the nozzles. My garsh, some were #7 and #8. I bet that the flow rate demand is double that of what is actually available. Whats funny about this is that the system in its FUBAR way actually does water the lawn... sort of. I suppose that the designers of this system thought, Short radius? No problem, just keep throwingin larger nozzles and more heads until the radius drops." Is this must be the new method of handling all sites, big or small, with one type of rotor?