I tried shouldering a high rib trap gun (Browning Citori CXT) last weekend, and it really seemed to fit me well. I have always struggled with keeping my face down on the stock sufficiently to actually be looking along the rib to the front bead. I tend to keep my head up slightly, which makes me "look down onto" the rib somewhat. The high rib and high comb on the CXT seems to compensate for my lousy form. Question: What difference does the high rib make in where the gun patterns? Does it create any alignment problems versus a regular rib? Are there any distinct advantages to one, so that it should be worthy of serious consideration?