Have a quick question on running duel backstays. Our boat is a masthead rig so a single backstay is adequate but I was considering running a single and then splitting off into two separate lengths of cable to the quarters of the stern to make is easier to access our stern entry and swim platform. Not a big deal either way, just curious as to whether this is ill advised for some reason. It will add cost to the rigging which is to be avoided but I don't think it should affect tension of the backstay or load distribution. I believe I've read that this can improve lateral mast support, acting as minor shroud supports, makes sense. Any ideas?