It's not going to have 29 engines (I settled for up to 3), but I am going to attempt a belly flop followed by flip to land for the Starship. The idea is to have the entire Starship act as the nosecone that gets pushed off at apogee and initially the parachute will be suspended from the nose and the tail to initiate a horizontal recovery (aka the belly flop maneuver). The tail cord will actually be connected to a wind up timer such that after up to 20 seconds it will release and result in a flip to a nose only attached parachute just before touchdown. I might be crazy, but I like a challenge. I rolled my own 3" diameter tubes, and at scale the entire thing will stand ~40".