Greetings, This is my first post at The Gauge although I've been lurking for a few days to a week now. I'm planning on getting back into railroad modelling. Actually in some ways I'm new. My only experience was with a loop HO Track.(Toy sets). Anyways, I'm working on possible plans for a layout 4x8 most likely in N scale. The problem I'm having is I'm using the Atlas software for layouts and I can't seem to get a siding to lineup right. Everytime I try one end works of course but when I try lining up the other end, where the track rejoins, the pieces just don't fit. Either a bit too long or a bit too short. Is there something I'm missing that I should be doing? Normally I just use the 5" Straight track on the main and siding and then use the shorter tracks to get it close as possible on the siding but it never works out. Am I using the wrong track switches? I've included a photo of a track I was playing around with. You'll see the problem in the top right corner(Notice, this isn't my final plan, but I've been designing multiple layouts just to see what I come up with). Also, if you want to comment on anything in my layout plan other then that, go right ahead. I'm sure there are many mistakes but my primary problem is that siding bit.