On this forum, I see so many blades suggest that the tree percolator, successor to the dome, is dated technology. Now surpassed by gridded circs and things of the like. My question is to you tree-perc-naysayers is this: why do some of the biggest names in glass continue to incorporate tree percs in their most high-end line-up? Luke Wilson, any prodo double chamber tube or prodo bubbler by him. Sovereignty the Stem/8, Stem/12 and now the King/12, not mention countless bubs by him, but I don't think he makes bubblers anymore. And Toro (despite the fact I don't particularly support their work anymore) everything they make minus the three circ production pieces, the Circ/Circ, single Circ, and Circ T/C. My Point is, the tree perc seems to be alive and well, and is still included in the best functioning pieces available. I can understand a preference for a circulator perc, but for me you just can't say the tree perc will ever be old tech because it is such a high functioning piece of glass, I feel the hit it delivers can't be beat.