Hello! The other day I posted on here about an issue with my Hyperloc835. This issue has been fixed, thanks everyone that helped (and thank you, Loc Precision). I now have another question. I'm considering changing how my dual deployment is done. The instructions call for the drogue chute to go below (toward the bottom of the rocket) the electronics bay, and the main chute to go above (toward the top of the rocket) the electronics bay. The motor's ejection charge would separate the rocket, releasing the drogue chute, and then at a selected altitude, another charge would blow the nosecone, releasing the main chute. Is it possible to only use the motor's ejection charge? For this, I'd attach the main and drogue chutes' shock cords together with a quick-link and put the chutes below the E-bay. When the motor's ejection charge ignites, both parachutes are blown out. The drogue chute would open, but the main chute would be held tight with Jolly Logic's Chute Release, until a designated altitude. I know this is not the conventional way of doing things (at least, from what I've seen on this forum and other places on the internet), but could it work? The only problem I see is the chutes getting tangled, but are there not ways I could keep them separated? Thanks for any help.