So I'm going along, creating a mudslide for my pond thing. Moving around, I get to the very back corner, where 2 displacements meet on either side of a small square of land. Because of the unique shape, I am unable to make the entire border of the pond a single displacement; but rather have to do it in segments, and merge the pieces as best I can. I make this last square of land a displacement and start to shape it. Because it's a corner piece joining both sides and the ground, I'm overlapping everything, and it just looks ugly. I delete the square and try again. On a whim, after turning it into a displacement, I sew it with the others. Loe and behold, as soon as one of the lines on my corner piece reaches the same height as a border piece, they sew together and become a single thing. I always believed that in order to sew displacement, the edges being sewn had to match before you starting shaping them. Soon as I discovered this I giggled a little and did a happy dance So I am the last person to know about this technique, or is it relatively new? Either way, I felt this was awsome enough to warrant sharing with you guys.