OK, so I'm quite interested in polyhedra, and while this seems like a wonderful place to continue my forays, I don't exactly have the mathematical expertise of a Coxeter or a Klitzing. I have a rudimentary grasp of higher dimensions, but my eyes glaze over at the sight of advanced mathematical writing. So I'm sorry if I start going on and on about something it turns out I have no comprehension of.

I was browsing the wiki, and on the http://hi.gher.space/wiki/Segmentotope page, the cells for K 4.141 (pentagon || pentagonal pyramid) aren't listed, when I'm pretty sure they consist of a pentagonal prism, 2 pentagonal pyramids, and 5 square pyramids. It seems unlikely that Klitzing would have overlooked the cell counts of his segmentotopes, so I'm assuming this is just a case of the wiki being slightly understaffed.

Similarly, K 4.51 (trigonal magnabicupolic ring) consists of 1 P6, 2 Q3, 3 P3, and 3 Y4. (How do you feel about Bonnie Stewart's notation? I've worked extensively with the Stewart toroids and the notation is quite efficient.)

May I update the wiki when I see things like this that aren't present, or do I completely misunderstand how polychora work? I'd like to get the bicupolic rings' pages a bit more complete, at least. (Don't worry, I won't put Stewart's notation on the wiki. You've worked hard on your own notation - I can't help but admire your elemental names of convex regular polytopes!)

Also, is there any software available that I could use to better interact with CRF polytopes? I'm not sure if I want to spring for Stella4D, and I heard that Polyview was something that only Quickfur and Keiji had access to at the moment. Is there anything else that I may not have heard of?

Thanks in advance. Hope I can help you out.