the girthed bridge cannot be considered a bridge with a backup. If either failed the girth would fail, and I wouldn't want to load them independently. Anchor hitches are just fine, but take up precious room on the lower dees, while a scaffold takes less room you get less useable bridge lenght.. Trade offsI have seen a few good guys on here use the anchor for a life support stopper on their bridges but I'm not doing that. The main question is, what is a practical termination for a double bridge much like weaver did on their double bridge saddle, a girth on one end and then they used a stopper knot because they use paw rig plates. Difference is I'm terminated on a d ring. So what do you guys think is the best way to terminate?