Hi all! With the death of my D5, I'm considering a slight change to my setup. I currently have an XSPC Photon D5 reservoir, and while it's a nice piece of kit and I've enjoyed it, one thing really bugs me: the inlet and discharge ports are so close internally that bleeding the system takes for ever. Bubbles coming back into the res from the system just get reingested by the pump. I'm considering getting an EK Revo D5 top with my new pump, and replacing my D5 Photon with a regular Photon res. I'll put a small threaded downpipe into the bottom of the new res (so the return line comes in through it), and hopefully fix the air ingestion problem. Apart from the obvious drawbacks of cost and fittings, are there any other compelling reasons to do this? I'm curious to get some perspectives from more experienced watercoolers.