I've only recently returned to the hobby and even with weaker vision and less dexterity than when I previously modeled in N gauge have decided to give Z a try. I'm only in the planning stages at this point and have been working on several layouts in AnyRail. I still have not completely decided between going with Rokuhan or Marklin for my track but have come to conclusion that either will be a good choice for someone like myself that isn't that interested in operations. Although I hate to sacrifice the authentic look of Marklin when properly ballasted I have to admit that the Rokuhan would perhaps be the better option for me at this point in my modeling career because of the convenience but, when trying to model a simple siding in AnyRail it seems the geometry is off. Specifically, when laying down a 13deg curve (R012) on the diverging track and inserting track sections (R001/9) to run parallel to the main, the length of the same number of pieces on the main between the two points (R006/7) are shown to be too long. The same is true if inserting track sections on the main in which case the sections on the siding do not align. I don't find this to be the case when modeling the Marklin track. Before I take the plunge and order the Rokuhan track, can I assume this just an idiosyncrasy of the software that won't cause me any issues in the real world?