Ask a group of sailmakers how to toast a piece of white bread and you'll get as many different answers as there are sailmakers in the room. Invariably, they'll tell you that it depends on the kind of bread, the toaster, and its heating elements. The same is true when breaching the topic of asymmetric spinnaker trim. However, while their trimming tips have lots of subtle variations, they ultimately boil down a few fundamental rules. We put the topic before a handful of asymmetric trim experts-Jay Lutz, of North; Kerry Klingler, of UK, Dave Ullman, of Ullman Sails, Richard Bouzaid, of Doyle, and Scott Nixon, of Quantum-who tell us that asymmetric trim is not much different than it was five years ago, the one exception, of course, is that the sails are better designed to do what they're supposed to do-get you down the run faster.