If I were to mount a Seachanger on a boom, would it be wise to attach a side arm so the yoke is not being torqued? We have buckets full of sidearms, but rarely use them. Today during crew one of the electricians hung two Source 4 and Seachanger units from booms sideways directly from the c-clamps on their yokes. I just wonder if, since it will be like this for a few weeks, if switching them to sidearms would be better for the instrument. Even thought when I ask a few others in the shop what they thought, and they said it would be fine, I have a gut feeling the sidearm would be a better idea. What does the board think?