Royale Ohoka

Yeah this is understandable, using the student license, I am only limited to approximately 512000 cells or so.

I guess what I'm really asking is if a Y+ of more than 5 or so is still reasonable in order to produce relatively accurate results in your opinion. My Ortho Quality and Aspect Ratios are now better with 0.2 and 2000 respectively.

If this Y+ is too high, would you sacrifice Ortho Quality in order to get a good Y+?