I was looking into the idea of the bottom plate, and research is showing that it won't impact performance at all. I thought that it would, but I guess it doesn't.

It does, as you elude to, help make the feet more "snag proof" in that there is a much decreased chance that a foot could be bent since each foot is supported by the other three feet via the bottom plate.

Even these taller, skinner feet are really solid. Shorter and fatter ones should work even better.

We'll see what happens. laugh
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