What is your method now?
Three - I currently am going back and forth on two methods/equipment:
1). Commando - no screen or other filter, just whirlpool warm for 15 min, let settle another 15 min and then begin runoff. Then I chill and transfer to fermentor. When yeast is at high krausen, meaning all the good guys are in suspension, I do a valve dump (conical) and probably retrieve 3-4 quarts of muck for a 12 gal batch.
2). Blichmann Hop Blocker - this tends to leave about 1 gallon of hop, break and other sludge riddled wort in the kettle. However, on my last run, I went to do a dump at high krausen to see how much gook was in there and it only took a cup before it ran clear.
I guess I am still undecided. there is also a method of using a hopback as a filter, that Tasty McDole promotes and while I have a hop blocker, I'm too lazy to hook yet another apparatus up during the most hectic stage of brewing (for me anyways).