Has anyone experimented with not using lens hoods when using polarizers? What pr ompts the question is among other things the unpracticality of placing the polar izer las furthest away from the lens when also using polyester filters, as in th e Lee system. Because the polarizer must rotate it can not be placed furthest aw ay from the lens, and that would be the hood's filter slot -because the hood can 't be rotated without vigneting. The setup then must consist of the hood and two adapters. The furthermost adapter for the polarizer can rotate and the hood att aches to it. The adapter closer to the lens carries the polyester filters. The w hole gizmo gets too long and causes vigneting with wideangle lenses. If at leas t the hood were not needed that would help making the whole thing less cumbersom e and reduce the possibility of vigneting.