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I was not describing the type of hold.

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*laugh* It is certainly a possibility. I've started throwing a crashpad against it. I imagine there will be some rearranging.

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Thanks for the comments, guys. In answer to your questions. The roof is not finished yet but it gets alot of traffic. All of my problems end at the far edge of the roof. As per the drill press, it is not under the roof so I can't fall on it. However, it is in a position to be fallen on when climbing the section infront of the door. The section in front of the door was installed so that I would have a low roof section to practice more aggressive moves on without the risk of a long fall. The 15 degree overhang is where I am planning on installing my campus rungs. When I built that section by the door, I showed my wife the drawings and tried to explain that there would only be about 14 inches of clearance to squeeze through. She just gave me the distracted "that's nice, honey." So I built it and when she actually saw it, she was pretty shocked. You can squeeze around it or duck and go under. It's totally worth it.