Originally Posted by Knotty
My concern is that this system puts compression loads onto the Amsteel much like a knot and we know that Amsteel (Dyneema) doesn't do well with compression. Think about it, the bury in a whoopie or eye splice is several inches long, so the load is well dispersed. With the single line ring suspension the wraps cross the straight line three times, so the load is only distributed over 3 x 7/64", which is less than 1/3".
This ^ is why I didn't go far with the SRS idea. It's a cool idea, but I'm satisfied so far either using whoopies, dispersing the load, or webbing and buckles/rings.
It's a neat idea to have in your bag of tricks though. Could come in handy!