Half an hour work to show how 15m Halo bridle should have been done. This saves 1/3 of tertiary bridle and is therefore cleaner and simpler and has less drag. I didn't have interest to find out what is overall length of Halo bridle and if there is some room to optimizing as well. Neither is this design completed, it is just approximately correct showing a better way to do it.
Of course that weird 6 level bridge bridle for brakes should be redesigned as well, it could be very well similar to other line rows like in this picture but because brakes have a bit different role how they work without certain limitations they can and quite often are separately designed. There is some additional line/drag saving possibility there, that and some other reasons are why I design it always separately.
Long single lines in the middle of Halo brakes are serious suspects for shrinking. Halo user manual with different bridles for different sizes and that kind of brakes with their own "level diagrams" is a bit intimidating even for experienced user...
15m design in Halo is from better end of the spectrum by its bridle spacing and cascading and how inner structures and air intakes are fitted in. Like I've written earlier some cell counts are better than other, or at least easier to design. I think that is why FS has Soul in only two configurations, in 35 cells and 43 cells. Of course everything can be squished together if needed and not too much care for details is taken
After all Halo is obviously a very serious kite. By its design and specs it is close to equal to Soul and in some respects even above.