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Either way is fine – some people will turn it after several days – I personally do not turn mine nor take it off the rack to inspect it…why? Why chance disturbing the bond between the meat and the bag nor risk puncturing the UMAi bag or even tearing it! With your strip loin you will see there are peaks and valleys where the bones were removed – with the fat cap on top you won’t see those, but fat cap down then as the meat ages and shrinks it may appear to pull away from the bag and that is normal, but sometimes people get concerns. My advice is leave it as you have it now and don’t disturb it! Ron