Hello, I would like to use the recipe editor to tailor recipes to my current equipment. I've found however that the recipe editor doesn't seem to take into account hop absorption losses, or kettle dead space when you set the batch size to fermentor volume. I have a recipe for example that has an expected pre-boil size of 26L, and I was expecting to get 19L on the fermentor after boil off and misc losses. The recipe editor expects that the difference between 26L and 19L is all due to boil off losses, but that's not the case. I've set the fermentor volume to 19L because I'm expecting 3L to evaporate, and approximately a 4L loss due to hop absorption and kettle dead space. I'm adding a total of 120gr of hop pellets directly to the kettle without any bagging, so there's quite a lot of trub at the bottom of the kettle which I'm leaving behind when moving the worth to the fermentor. Is there anyway to make the recipe editor take into account my equipment losses? Also, I've realized the quick water requirements calculator doesn't seem to take into account that it should do something like: max("Kettle dead space", "Hops absorption losses") when you use pellets without bagging. If you have a hop absorption rate higher than the kettle dead space then the kettle dead space doesn't need to be accounted for, and the same applies the other way around (kettle dead space > hop absorption losses). Thanks, Roger.