Looking for experience/feedback on using a panel based stainless system such as Clayton-Lambert manufacturers.

This is for a residential pool built on a 15 degree slope with a wet edge, vanishing on the downhill side.

Received preliminary budget pricing and it looks like it can work, but any other quality panel manufacturers I should short list for consideration?

Also, C-L says that in a freeze/thaw climate I can use glass tile without a problem - anyone have experience doing this without issues? If so, what type of tile did you use and how did you set it? I would lean toward welding on lath, but I have no direct experience with this situation and C&L says I can bond it directly. 

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