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So Harken has a new set of blocks on the market: http://www.harken.com/productdetail.aspx?id=47404 They were first spotted at N17 Europeans but demo sets have been around for longer. Top A-Cat sailors have been using them as well: So, my question is, does Harken plan to release these in a quad block setup rather than the 6x6 setup? 12:1 purchase is overkill for many situations IMO, and paying 3x what a standard 10:1 mainsheet costs only to re-reeve the 12:1 down to 10:1 seems ludicrous to me. The other question is, does Harken have any plans to carry these blocks into other product lines? Word on the street is they are much lower friction than anything else out there.