I do a lot of RIB diving using a twinset and a DIR style one-piece harness. The standard modus operandi is you surface, the RIB approaches you, you the struggle like you're having a fit to get out of the one piece harness after having largely deflated the wing, struggle some more, worry that your computer(s) aren't pulled off in the process, then finally pass the tins+harness+torch up to the hands above, then climb on to the RIB. Today was worse than normal. There was a fair wind and swell running when we surfaced and the rib was being blown through the water at the best part of a knot. So the struggle to get out of the harness was awful: I though I'd lost my computer. After this I barely had enough strength to climb over the sponson. Horrible. I've no problems with the one piece harness on a hard boat or quarry. Just on a RIB. I don't want plastic clips. I know there's the Harpa and Cinch solutions which are OK for donning and doffing, but they're not that good when struggling in the water to get out of the harness. I've seen a guy who had a stainless steel break which needed positive action to break. I've not seen it in any shops/online. Does anyone know of a solution that doesn't break the harness, but puts a 6 inch loop in one side? Preferably using a stainless clip. Idea is to have a RIB harness and a DIR harness for everything else.