Love the scrubber.. but have a few suggestions for bud and maybe you guys could tell me if you are having the same "issues". besides the placement.. building brackets and things to put the scrubber in place (hint, hint... ) my biggest Pain in the neck is making sure the pump and hose are properly placed and the hose cut to the exact length so that the slotted tube sits right on the scrubber... If the pump pulls a bit the other side pops up, if it pushes then the side where the pump is pops up, if it pulls a bit the screen touches the emergency drain and trickles water down, if it pushes then it makes noise and bubbles come down the side of the false bottom. So here is my solution (will build prototype and post pics soon) Its really no big deal.. but Instead of having those little pieces on the bottom of the pipe to prevent water from escaping.. I would make the ring go arround the whole tube, This will prevent the little piece from braking (like mine). And I would space them out all the way till the inside scrubber wall.. so that it prevents the tube from sliding in there back and forth. Second, I would add a clip that holds the tube in place. And last but not least... a mark somewhere that tells me the slot is perfectly balanced. a Single line would fix this. or two arrows you can match. This will save me tons of agravation bud.. LOL.. let me know what you guys think.. sorry bout the poor paint skills.. haven't used it in years.