no, I am saying now they have decided to cave in to the minority whose main arguments has been "but Grate Plaines call it a planter" despite the fact that giants own categorisation is MUCH simplified (i.e. what it plants and NOT how it functions), and given the YP-2425A ALSO comes in 20" twin row (10" effective) which is NOT IN THE MAIN FOR MAZE but for wheat/barley/canola/etc, which is what Giants were wanting to depict (but were to lazy to change the 3d modal to 20" twin row) we are this left in the situation we are, a cave-in.
I because they have caved in and not changed the 3d modal to 20" twin row which would exclude the main purpose of maze planting in the main am now advocating they should go the whole hog and now exclude fully the planting of else penalise the yield of wheat/barley/canola/etc planted with a 30" twin row configuration, while also imposing planter sowing speed limits if used for wheat/barley/canola/etc.
myself I would prefer NOT to have a bastardize YP-2425A, I would prefer the modal was changed to 20" twin row thus excluding maze in the main as its intended function, but if they are not going to change the modal to 20" twin row so it fits with it fits with giants own simplified categorisation, then they can go the whole route the other way and exclude or penalise wheat/barley/canola/etc yield planted with a 30" twin row configuration.
i.e. "but Grate Plaines call it a planter" is NOT a valid argument on its own for it sitting in the MUCH simplified Giants planter category per se, the only argument its good for is saying really when planting wheat/barley/canola/etc its should be done at Planter-like speeds and not Seeder-like speeds.