So, I was chasing a QLCS/Mesovortex type of tornado setup yesterday and I realized, I really don't know what to look for. I know to look for kinks in the line on radar, and I was positioned perfectly, but visually I don't know what to look for as far as storm structure. Will there be a wall cloud? If so is it on the shelf? Behind the shelf? Or is it similar to a horseshoe on a Supercell, where the wall/tor will be where the horseshoe curls back in on itself to the north? I am assuming that most QLCS spinups/mesovortexes will be imbedded pretty heavily, so to get visual do you have to be very deep in the kink/notch to see them? ie almost directly under the shelf? (in which case nopers unless I have a really good East or NE PAVED road. (Learned that lesson for the first time yesterday.)) Because these storm modes are more common than classic discrete or even HP supercells, I really need to know what to look for, as I will likely be chasing this type of storm mode the most often, especially during the summer months. Thanks all.