With pre-engineered wood roof trusses I have always tried to keep the number of pitch breaks in the top chord to a minimum (top 2 profiles in the attached) and use some overbuild where needed. I am having trouble doing this with an architect's latest creation of jogs and steps in the roof. For those of you that do truss layout on a more regular basis, how feasible is the bottom profile in the attached that has additional pitch breaks in the top chord? Of course each consecutive truss would be a little different to make up the various valleys. Thanks.