I had a minor incident at Stoney which got me thinking. Came out of the Stanegarth and started heading back to shore. I put a squirt of air in my wing and the inflator stuck on. No big deal, I noticed straight away because I could hear it and managed to disconnect the hose quickly. I only went up a couple of metres by going head down and finning down against the extra buoyancy and managed to get neutral again. My buddy didn't even notice it happen as it was over so quickly. He only spotted the disconnected inflator hose later at our stop. The reason it got me thinking was, after the incident I was using just my suit for buoyancy. I know a lot of people recommend using wing for buoyancy and just taking the squeeze off the suit and I agree completely, but does anybody practice just using the suit? I've got to be honest and admit I rarely do. I was trained to just use the suit (PADI) and dived that way for a couple of years but I've not practiced it for a long time. It went ok, a few wobbles on ascent, having a bit more air in the suit than I'm used to, but no dramas. It didn't feel particularly comfortable though, my trim was a bit hit and miss, more air in my boots than I like and getting the gas out on ascent isn't as quick as dumping from the wing. I think from now on I'll do the odd dive just using the suit so I'm more comfortable in case it happens again in less benign conditions. Anybody else do this?