Laughingman wrote:(bill Hansen can help you with that).
All Switch kites are conservatively tuned to just barely back a meter or so when fully sheeted with trim 100% released in steady light to moderate wind on a calibrated bar = all lines equal when trim is 100% released and bar 100% sheeted to CL. Some users prefer to shorten or lengthen the rear lines to suit their individual tastes or bar set-up. Before testing a Switch kite on any bar, one must first determine that the calibration is correct. Otherwise the flight test is a useless waste of time. For safety, when we test new protos and samples we always hold the kite drawing wind on the side of the window with some trim pulled and insure that the kite is not oversheeted or pulling asymmetrically and the rear lines go slack when the bar is sheeted out, etc.
If you have a problem with any Switch kite you can contact the support system in several convenient ways to quickly resolve it and also go on the Switch forum for further advice and answers from actual users. Switch sells complete bridle sets and components like pigtails, transfer lines, pulleys and sliders for all kites here: http://switchkites.com/parts/kite/bridles.html
I've attached the Element2 production loft bridle specs following. Care must be taken in measuring bridles as assembled lengths are often much different than the raw-length loop-to-loop dimensions.
Regarding the colors, I think the Red one looks nice!