Time for me to upgrade to RIO Outbound. My Cortland Clear Camo is driving me crazy. I thought getting a super nice striping basket would solve the tangled running lines, but alas. That line is gummier than a Swedish Fish left in a hot car. I know fly lines have been discussed many times before, and I know the RIO Outbound lines has it's fans, and those who think it's over rated. But I have a very specific question that I didn't see addressed in the archives. Was doing some research and it looks like the Outbound Regular doesn't have a full intermediate version. Rather it integrates a 37.5' of intermediate with a floating running line. The Short also has a float/intermediate integrated version, but also has a full intermediate model with a 30' head. Given I'm almost always going to fish this line with a stripping basket, I'm partial to the full intermediate to avoid the "bend" that results from the junction of the floating and intermediate lines while in the water. Both lines have clear heads which is pretty cool. Curious on your thoughts as to whether there are any other important distinctions I should be thinking about between the Regular and Short Outbounds.