Hey everyone, I picked up this giant Sylvestris at my local nursery for a steal a month or so ago. I couldn't pass it up with a trunk that size. I'm super happy with how vigorous it is, but I need some advice. Once the needles harden off I need to do some significant branch reduction. Where the trunk starts to split, there's 2 thicker branches and 2 thinner pieces. They're kind of in pairs so I must choose a thicker leader and thinner branch to go with it. I must admit I've stared at the tree for a while and both pairs have their merits and flaws and I have no idea which I want to choose yet . My thought was to cut off whichever pair I dont plan on using, and doing a somewhat minimal structural setting once the needles harden off. I was thinking about reducing any whorls on the trunk that I want to keep as well. Do you think this plan is too severe or would this be a good first step?