set, that's an interesting schedule. I'm not sure whether one can put all the naps in the evening, but if you could it opens up a lot of new possibilities!
It's really hard to work out a polyphasic schedule that works with a "9-to-5" job or school commitment. The ones that I've seen that are most promising for that are triphasic (three evenly spaced 45- or 90-minute naps) and the "core" sleep schedules (3 or 4.5 hours at night and then two or three 20- or 30-minute naps during the day). Your idea is very interesting, since it would work with a "9-to-5" job and still keep sleep down to 2 to 3 hours total.
Good luck with it--looking forward to seeing how it goes!
Last edited by David Hausladen; 11-07-2006 at 02:31 AM.