I've always been of the mind that the "correct" ParBars have circuit#1 nearest the knuckle and "reversed" bars have circuit#1 farthest away. Recently, I was told this is incorrect, as James Thomas Engineering, arguably the originator of the modern ParBar, standards call for circuit#6 to be next to the knuckle. (Does this have to do with the fact that they drive on the wrong side of the road?) Every staggered break-out I've ever seen has circuit#1 the shortest, so shouldn't SixBars follow the same? Not a huge issue, but I've spent/wasted more time than necessary correcting paperwork and repatching the pin-patch due to this issue.