I have been using steel plates a lot within the last year and have kind of gotten away from fiberglass. I like the way the T-plates’ performance. The only problem I is I can't seem to get rid of a slight amount of slop. The pod seems to have a little movement back and forth from side to side that I want to get out. I can tell by looking closely that this movement appears to be coming from the pivot balls moving slightly inside the plastic plates. I slightly sanded the plastic plates that hold the t-plate pivot balls in place, which helped a little, but there is still a slight slop I would like to get out. I am using finish line t-plates with, associated plates, and Hyperdrive Teflon pivot balls. All parts are fairly new so I am confident the slop is not there because of worn out parts. Is there a company that makes after market plates that hug the balls with better tolerances that I am missing? Does anyone have any tricks they would like to share to get that slight slop out? As always there seems to be a very fine line between being free and being sloppy. Thanks in advance for any ideas.