For those that have updated to Hemera (or other direct drive), what strategy are you using for managing the filament path? Did you just keep the bowden tubes and existing spool setup (so reverse bowden), go with something else or do away with the tubes all together. I’ve seen a couple of people going with spools above the printer and no tubes but there is some talk of potential for tangles between filaments and the tool cables with that. Also noticed that the images of the non-FDM Hemera mounting option @Greg Holloway made have the setup in the attached picture. Looks like a large tube zip tied to the small section in the Hemera and then the main tube running into that loose. Is that for helping with retractions? From what I understand during retraction the long tube would back out with the filament and then get pulled back in afterwards. I would guess getting the zip tie tension right so as to keep the outer tube on but not apply pressure on the filament would be tricky. So in general, who’s doing what for filament path for direct drive.