I'm shortly going to sell my Neo euph as I'm giving up "serious" banding (and I want to buy a motorbike while I can still get on it without falling off the other side). But I don't want to be without a euph completely. What do you folk think about a non-compensated instrument with an after-market trigger (a) theoretically (b) in reality? I 'm aware that after-market triggers are not problem-free, and the cost might be as great as paying for a compensated instrument. But that aside? All non-compensated valve combinations are sharp, never flat, so in theory a trigger intelligently applied should suffice. But it sounds too good to be true. All help gratefully accepted!