I decided to get my own Moonboard last year, and I was really intrigued by the idea of having an adjustable wall, so I decided to get the Grasshopper Master wall along with the classic 2016 Moon holds and LED lights, and we installed it on a post and lintel frame in my yard. Right off the bat, I was really glad I’d gone with the adjustable wall, because the 40 degree Moonboard is frankly pretty aggressive. When you have such an awesome new toy right in your yard, it’s basically impossible not to overtrain…. Over the last year I have found myself dealing, for the first time ever, with some forearm and shoulder tweaks that kept me from climbing for several weeks here and there, and every time I could gradually start back on the Moonboard, I was really glad I could reduce the angle in order to make it less injurious. And I learned that it’s very useful to be able to climb at different angles at different times—I wish the Moonboard accommodated that option, but all the problems are set for 40 degrees and that’s the only way to rate or log them.