Why is there no “Perfect/Okay”?

SDS

Now that we can see the slider graphic that determines exactly what “perfect” timing is, I have to wonder why we never get a perfect timing feedback without a corresponding perfect PCI placement? Why do we get a lowly “good” timing — even when it’s in the dark green “perfect” zone — if our pci isn’t on the money?

SDS

That’s a great question. I don’t think we’re supposed to know when or how we get perfect (or good) placement. There has to be somewhere for the randomized outcomes to fit in.

SDS

I don't think it's possible to get perfect timing unless the center part of the pci is right on the ball. If it's not on that then the best u could get is good and it goes into a whole variation of different contact results with "good" timing

SDS

That would just be Good/OK even with Perfect timing.

SDS

@SchnauzerFace said in Why is there no “Perfect/Okay”?:

Now that we can see the slider graphic that determines exactly what “perfect” timing is, I have to wonder why we never get a perfect timing feedback without a corresponding perfect PCI placement? Why do we get a lowly “good” timing — even when it’s in the dark green “perfect” zone — if our pci isn’t on the money?

Agreed!! Could have perfect/popped, etc. Timing is timing!

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