I am just learning my way and now sails are a new area to get a feel for. Specifically, I purchased new Schurr Sails and, while not having yet sailed with them, I did raise the new main in calm air while in dry storage to get a look at the main and put on a new cascade vang system. At any rate, the Schurr sail, when raised to the top of the mast, still had about an extra inch of luff bolt rope at the bottom and the foot of the sail struck us as very "baggy"--both aspects being compared to my very old sail of a couple decades which was tighter in the bolt rope when raised--no slack in the bolt rope--and much less baggy at the foot. Does anyone have any feedback that might help assess this situation? Of course, I have emailed Schurr sails and FLying Scot for advice.