So I have a python water changer. Wouldn't have fish tanks without it. (bad back = not capable of lugging buckets) It's worked great for months.... but the sink I attach it to just had an 'upgrade'. New faucet. Old faucet was just a basic run-of-the-mill faucet. Now we have a 'swan neck' faucet. Water pressure in my house is average.... but once we added the new faucet we noticed a pressure change on that particular faucet. Sometime this year we will be re-doing some old pipes in the house, which may solve the problem.... but in the mean time I have python issues now. It's significantly slower on both the removing and replacing water steps. Okay. I can deal with that for now. But two of my tanks sit a bit lower than the other two. I have a heckuva time getting the python to start suction in these two tanks.... and they are shaped oddly, so there isn't much room to do some fancy-water-work with the mouth of the python. Anyone have this problem? Any DIY solutions out there?