I made this simple part in TinkerCad to mess around with support settings. I have been looking for that sweet spot. I have discovered that someone's setting on YouTube may work great for that particlar hardware setup but not all Ender 3 (of any model) is the same it seems like. I think I found the setting I was looking for though. Asking the community is this is what the bottom on an overhang should look like. Using the support interface in Cura and messing with the X/Y and Z distance I got what, at least for me, is a good config. The support roof fell off when I took the print off the bed. The bottom of the overhang has no drooping filament and looks nice and uniform. As far as the conical supports on the other hand… The experimental setting did not work very well. On the Vyper the support bottom kept getting knocked over and did stick well. On the Ender Max it printed OK and it did shave off about 10 minutes. It printed ugly as hell and did NOT break off clean at all. The support roof came out way to close. It looks like the overhang lines are good but I gave up trying to get the support off. The new monotonic setting is pretty cool. I don't see any lines at to speak of on the grey print. The Ender top layer I need to add another layer I think. Overall though that seems like a pretty neat way to finish off a top layer (as long as it's flat I guess). I'm curious to know if others have tried either of these settings and how did they work out?