Has anyone heard anything good or bad about Riviera Bermuda? I have about 56,000 square feet of sparce fescue that I would like to overseed with Riviera. Since my yard has a decent slope to it I don't want to go the route of killing off the fescue entirely, so as to try and stop runoff. I have a pretty hard packed clay soil. I've been running the sprinkler system twice a day (early morning and late afternoon) for 20 minutes per zone, and it is still hard as a rock. My plan right now is to cut the fescue really short (will probably kill the fescue with these temps) and have the entire yard core aerated and topdressed with a mixture of about 85% sand, and 15% peat. Next, seed and water until germination. Then apply starter fert. after germination. Does this sound right? Any tricks for seeding that really small Bermuda Seed? I would assume that a drop spreader would be better for this than a broadcast spreader. As expensive as Riviera seed is, I'd hate to screw this up too bad...... Also, I'm getting the soil tested before seeding. Is there any rule as to when you can seed after applying lime?