I favor "B", where the loops are at the end of the rear lines and the knots are on the kite pig-tail. m
This allows for adjustment of the length of the rear line system, since many brands come with long pig-tails on the wing-tips of the kites, with multiple adjustment knots on the pit-tail.
I also favor "100% kook proof" connectors, which NO manufacturer provides, as far as I know. I have been using "100% kook proof" connectors for about 3 years now, and have had no problems, with my system. Here is a link to the thread, where I presented one way of accomplishing this "100% kook proof" design:
Darn! this link from the search function doesn't work either.
Toby, why don't these links to the past threads work? I go to the search function and copy and paste the links, and link location, but when I paste the links into the posts, they don't work.
For those who want to see the thread I am talking about, it looks like you must do a search by entering in the KEYWORD section :
"100% kook proof "
and then enter in the AUTHOR section: