I've grown in soil, DWC, flood and drain, and coco coir. The flood table has less yield than a DWC (just in my experience) but makes up for that by having a quick turn over by doing a SOG with a short veg SOG for a DWC isn't practical because cleaning all those buckets in between nutrients changes would be a pain, not to mention all the oxygen stones I would be eating up. Having 4 plants in 5 gallon buckets in a 4x4 tent is manageable but I need to scrog and it's hard scrogI g a DWC because I can't clean the buckets easily because the plant is anchored to the scrog and I can't lift up the net cups very high. I like coco the best because the yields are great, and no root rot like in DWC and I can scrog easily. But what I miss about soil is only having to water every 3 days at most. I'm pondering whether a dense SOG (4 plants per sqft), grown in soil, and flipped to flower after the clones root could compete with hydro yields. Basically, I would be making up for the low soil yields by cramming in a bunch of fast flowering indicas. What are your thoughts?