I have no confidence in my leader formula for Summer run steelhead. I am using a 131/2' 7/8 wt rod built by Bob Miesner, or a Sage 9140. The line on the 7/8 is a Rio Mid-Spey and the Sage sports an AirFlo 8/9 Long Delta. I have been steelhead fly fishing for about 4 years. My home rivers are the Ronde and the Clearwater. For better or worse, I build my own leaders. My usual formula for Summer run steelhead on the Clearwater is Maxima Camelian 7' of 25lb, 2' 20lb, 2' of 15lb, 2' of 12lb, and the tippit is 2'-3' of Seagar florocarbon smaller in diameter than the 12lb Maxima, or I'll use 10lb Maxima. If I use a type III sink tip, looking for a little depth, the leader will be about 6' in length, and I'll apply the 60/40 rule. If using a type VI, I'll simply go with a 4'-5' single piece of Seagar 141/2lb. I am seeking confirmation or alternatives. Your thoughts?