Possibly I am misidentifying some of the "voiceless" vowels (I _can_ pronounce the distinctions). Or maybe not. The vowels are meant to be pronounceable, but not necessarily well or easily by us humans. The vowels, slightly barky, are key here. I can alter the consonantal "allophones" around, if it seems advisable, although I guess I have to use /c/ and /j/ now since it's in the name of the language. I'm generally more interested in the grammar of a conlang than making it pretty.