Hi - anyone have any luck alleviating shoulder squeeze with a shorter ridge line? I'm experimenting and hope to find nirvana. Here's my deal.

I'm 5'10 and 185lbs. I have a muscular build with very large shoulders - so my width is a little abnormal and my top half is probably thicker than normal too.

I am wondering if I shorten the rl by 1" or so, if I'll get a deeper sag and reduce the shoulder pressure and the tendency for my chin to be pushed toward my chest. (yes, as diagonal as possible). Suspension is angled with the feet about 4" higher - equally distanced, and tensioned so that you can still get a "two fingered twist" to go 90 degrees in the RL.

Thoughts? I really don't want to give up on finding a comfortable hang!