Managed to do a brew yesterday and mixed feelings about my bottom! First off, with the pull ring fitted, the bottom of the GF basket hits it and so doesn't sit properly in the grain basket. I considered taking the ring off but then it proved really difficult to get out of the GF even when it was empty. Ended up bending the ring so it no longer interferes (just). Got the grain in, all seemed good. Then i pulled out the grain basket and started the boil, added hops and thought I'll give them a quick stir. Putting my paddle into the water i could feel the false bottom dancing about. Felt like it was too light to keep itself weighed down with all the water bubbling around. I was a bit disheartened tbh, but then i threw in my last hops as a hop stand and left the pump going for a while before transferring to the FV. When i did, there was a really good flow from the pump and the wort was nice and clear. By the time we got down to the bottom i could see tons of hops caught on the false bottom so it had obviously done the trick. I'm just a bit unsure as to whether it's just the hopstand debris it caught or the whole lot. So overall, I'm happy with the result but a bit concerned about how it's managed it.