This is not in anyway intended to start some Cura versus Prusa versus S3D war. Since I have been waiting for Hell to freeze over OR for version 5 of Simplify3D (which every comes first), I've been trying different slicers as I mess around with overhang settings, etc. I downloaded Ideamaker and Prusa since both seem to have grown in popularity lately (on YouTube anyway). I found it curious how the same model, lets say a Temp Tower, in Cura 4.11 and Prusa Slicer (current) both produce different results. I used the same model from Thingiverse, same temp setting at the same layer in both. Needless to say the results are drastically different, so I ran the same test in the current version of Simplify3D and got a third result different from the other two but closer to what I got from Prusa. Weird. Since I'm still kind of new to this, my question based solely on HOW do these slicers come up with different results on the same model with the same settings? I mean gcode is a standard set of instructions correct? I'm talking Marlin because that's all I know. Is it based on how the slicer is written to interpret the gcode? It just seems weird to me. One thing I noticed between hardware platforms is that the extruder seemed to work way more efficiently (Micro Swiss DD and hot end) than any of the other slicer output files. The Anycubic however (bowden tube) seemed to be struggling. I setup the retraction with the same setting I use in Cura and S3D. I suppose it boils down to using what works for you and not think about the how or the why. Certainly not as very scientific test, just an observation from a normal guy that's only been at this for about a year or so.