I've always liked the sound of Hawai'ian and other Polynesian languages, but had never thought of a way to achieve something like it in a self-segregating morphology with the clear-cut compounding mechanisms that I prefer. Now I think I have.
Elomi's genesis lies within Konya but it is quite a different language. It is even more vowel-y. Its morphology is even simpler. It is strongly head-initial. And I think it is prettier, more appealing, though at the cost, sometimes, of some extra syllables.
For a while at least, I intend to pursue Konya and Elomi in parallel. Every construct that gets thought of for one probably needs a counterpart in the other.