Just an idea you may want to try. I too have taken many suggestions from experts on rig tuning. Most tell you that tying two knots in the center of traveler will improve mild to moderate wind performance. That is correct, however, there are times when you will want the traveler to the leeward side such as in higher wind conditions. Similarly, and as most larger boats allow, you may want the traveler to windward of centerline such as in very mild conditions or very tight hauled. I have rigged a very simple solution on my 14.2. It is simply a short piece of 5/16 line run through the traveler block with knots on each side. Run the line as shown in the picture with either a "taut line hitch" or better still a "rolling hitch" The picture depicts a taut line hitch, but I've since found that a rolling hitch works a little better. There is no harm if either were to come apart while sailing but they wont. You can adjust this line by sliding it windward or leeward as needed, and/or increasing or decreasing the distance between knots (effective the play) in block traveler. Or if wind dictates, simply remove it all together. This can be done in a second and without removing the traveler, a nice thing when an unexpected blow comes up and you are well away from shore. Make sure to tie the knots as shown with two locking modes or directions towards each other, NOT away. Otherwise, you are guaranteed to have them slip. Another alternative is to find a piece of rubber tubing that fits snugly on the traveler line but wont ride through the block. I did this first but found that the rope method worked as well if not better. There are certainly other ways to restrict the traveler and others may work fine but this is inexpensive and works perfectly.