I was in Bull Pot last night for the 1st time in a few years, certainly the 1st time since the (relatively) new IC resin anchors were installed. In the current moist conditions I thought it may be wise to use both deviations on the 4th pitch. Having easily clipped the 1st, I then set about a fairly difficult feat of aerial acrobatics, swinging, bridging, climbing etc... to reach the 2nd. Looking at the rigging topo (Simon Wilson, March 2017) now I can see that the recommended deviation is from a drilled thread, whereas I was aiming for the very obvious resin anchor. Having got to the anchor, I actually decided not to use it, out of consideration for the unfortunate soul who would ultimately have to derig it, which would have undoubtedly led to a huge swing into the full force of the water (and, possibly, quite a splat against the wall). So I have a couple of questions: First, is the lowest resin anchor on the 4th pitch redundant/not recommended (I certainly don't recommend it!)? Second, is the drilled thread deviation significantly easier to reach? Thanks in advance for any replies.