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Hi there, no my Anycubic is completely stock. Besides the 0.15mm layer height and 40mm/s print speed, the setting you are most likely looking for is called "Dense Support" in Simplify3D. This improves the quality of parts printed on support material but the trade off is the support material is a little more difficult to remove. My Dense Support settings are, 2 dense support layers, 70% dense infill percentage. Alternatively you could cut the torso in half and print it like BLaaR did. I could also send you the Gcode for the torso I printed, so you can get an idea of how I did the support. Let me know.