So I've seen a swing discussion on here before so I am going to start with the disclaimer that this is NOT a flown swing that will come in and out and need to swing while at some sort of height off the stage. Yes, I do want to rig a swing, but just in name only. It's for an actor to sit on, not legitimately swing from. For authenticity though, I do want this "swing" rigged. Our battens are dead hung, so I don't have a way to get to the bar joists. All hardware and rigging I would make sure is rated for 1000lbs knowing we wouldnt be putting more than 200lbs on the swing. Our battens are load rated at 1000lbs with a point of a 100lbs. What I wanted to do for this is create an H with unistrut. All rated hardware to attach the strut together. The H would be rigged from 4 points on the legs of the H to the battens. The points would 1 and 1/2 wrap the battens directly next to the attachment points of the batten trim chain to the bar joists and then shackle back to itself. That would run down and attach to the two legs of the H at four points. Then I'd use 1/4" galv aircraft cable and attach that cable to the middle section of the H. This cable would run down to the deck and actually attach to the swing seat. I hope that makes sense? I know what type of hardware to use (itll be ordred from Crosby or Chicago) and the types of attachments i need to make to do it safely but as I've never custom designed any thing rigged before, I wanted to make sure my design makes sense. Edit: To add, I'm attaching the 1/4 wire rope to the strut as follows: rated strut eye bolt to shackle, shackle to wire rope looped in a thimble, 3 nicopress swages.