Launch next week at the earliest I'd say. Previously on Texas Tank Watchers: SN8 - attempted landing via "autogenous pressurization" and by lighting two engines then landing on one. But it went boom because the pressurization failed. SN9 - They switched to helium pressurization but rocket went boom when one of the engines failed to light on descent. SN10 - They decided to light all three engines for redundancy and then turn off the other two. However the single engine did not provide as much thrust as was needed thus a hard touchdown. SN11 - they once again will light all three but this time keep two running all the way to the ground. The raptor engines can not easily be throttled down low so they run the risk of having too much thrust resulting in the rocket going back up. So Starship lands by doing a suicide slam as opposed to hovering. Hovering uses up a lot of fuel which they try to avoid. Interestingly SuperHeavy will hover when landing, it will need to if it is being caught. The further along they get the more complicated it is. And probably why no one who knows better has tried it.