I learned that when there is no wind the AAssists need to be tighter and because the attachment at the frame is on a ring the clip moves up on the circle as the wing inflates and comes overhead. It doesn’t get so tight that it puts extra tension on the A lines.
The air was interesting on landing. There was a cool downslope from the west on the surface and 10 degrees warmer from the East. I had a hard time deciding which way to land. Was the inversion so low that I would be downwind even after I touched down? It turns out not and at about 5 feet I slowed down cones rabble as the wind passed through the layer suddenly going into the wind.