Hi, I have set square ceramic floor and shower tiles a few times but have never set large or rectangular tiles. I am thinking of doing about 800 square feet on my concrete slab in the porcelain wood-look planks. I have concerns about getting the floor even without excessive lippage. So here is my thinking, tell me if it reasonable or off base. And any other suggestions on this type of tile would be great. 1. It seems the longer the tile, the greater the chance of warpage in the tile and more lippage problems. Shorter tile seems better given a choice. 2. Various lengths of tile, if they are even available in a given tile, seem better since I would have an easier time of staggering them to minimize lippage. 3. Wider planks seem better since they would hide lippage or waviness better than skinny planks. 4. Using those plastic anti-lippage spacer clamps would help keep things even. 5. Using tile with beveled edges seems way better than a square edge in minimizing lippage, or at least smoothing things out so you don't feel it barefooted. 6. And of course, ensuring the floor is as flat as possible is a given. 7. The larger the grout line, the more forgiving of lippage. But that would also look a lot worse on tile plank.