My past few brew sessions i've used pellets instead of cones. I'm testing the idea that maybe pellets give up more of their AA's during boil than cones simply because there is more surface area of a dissolved pellet being exposed to the boil. What I've noticed is that I have a METRIC TON of trub after the boil AND i seem to lose a lot more liquid during the boil than i have using cones in the past. When it comes time to transfer to my fermentor I can't stand to leave so much liquid in the kettle so i just dump it into the fermenter to settle over time so i can rack off the good stuff later. Anyone experienced this same thing and been able to stick with pellets while finding a solid way to separate the wort from the gunk?