I just had a $23k patio installed with high quality, tumbled, 4-sized, stone pavers. I love the old look and expected jagged edges but did not expect to have some pavers with such harshly rounded corners. Many (but not all) of the largest pavers have one very round corner that creates a large trianglar-shaped hole and when filled with sand, the gaps can measure up to 2.5" x 1" x 1". Is it possible that pavers can be tumbled too much and should not have passed quality control? I have contacted the manufacturer and they are going to come to the site to take a look. There are probably more than 40 of these large pavers with heavy rounded corners and the total project is just under 1,000 sq ft.. I would like outside opinions as to whether you would consider gaps of this size to be normal and acceptable for tumbled stone pavers.