So, I started making this one two weeks ago and last week when I pumping it out of the primary into a carboy. Oh boy! That was a tough job! It had so much "crap" floating in it it continuously jammed up my siphon. I will say that I just switched to a metal tube that isn't an auto-siphon and just use my AIO pump. That could be part of the issue, but the oak wasn't powder, it was small wood chips. (it has cubes too) I tasted it today when going from secondary into clearing. That is the roughest wine I've made so far, but I'm a huge fan of Tuscan wines, so I have high hopes for it. I still have a LE Red Blend to make, but I kind of wish I had just gone a head and picked up the South African Chenin Blanc Kit as I have many reds and only two wines going and one of the whites (Chardonnay) is already bottled. (the other being Riesling) I know some of you have the Super Tuscan going also. Did you have such a fight going from Primary to secondary?