This is my first post on the forum, but I have gotten a lot of advice already from reading it. I have been in the hobby most of my life and have done several layouts over the years, but have never had a space for a permanent layout. Now I am working on creating a long term, permanent layout in my basement. In the past, I have always gone the traditional route with lionel tubular track and conventional control. With this layout I want to use gargraves track, ross switches and DCS control. I have designed a layout using RR track software and have included it here. The black track is the bottom level. The blue track is the upper level and the red track is a grade going from the bottom to the upper level. According to the software, the grade is 3.4%. I have designed the lower level with minimum 072 curves so I can run anything there in the future. The upper level and the grade I went smaller (063, 054, 042) due to space. I would love any suggestions, advice or critique. Since I am going to be new to using gargraves, ross, dcs, etc, please let me know if what I have designed won't work in reality. Thanks in advance!