I have been setting up the single line reefing system on our new to us boat. Not liking the amount of friction in the system. Thinking of adding a block at the luff reefing grommet instead of a ring. That might help BUT that is not why I'm posting. The problem is at the end of the mack pack and how the zipper and reefing lines are not playing nice. The reefing line exits the end of the boom, travels up to and thru the grommet down to the boom, under the boom and is secured to it self with a bowline. It works until I go to put the sail away. The reefing line interferes with the zipper that closes the mack pack. I have come up two solutions, cut a slit in the mack pack and pass the reefing line thru that then around the boom. Second solution is to pass the reefing line outside of the mack pack then around the boom. Not liking the second solution because the mack pack is pulled against the boom when reefing and it looks pretty lame when the sail is put away. The first solution would have the reefing line look a bit like the lazy jacks BUT if it doesn't work I now have a slit in the mack pack. Hopefully I have clearly described this problem. Is there a third solution other than tossing the mack pack?