I'm a self-taught "non-plumber" but I'm, generally, pretty good around the house - and our house is so screwed up that anything I do makes it better than it was... Tonight, running out of pipe, I didn't push some 1/2 inch copper all the way into a ball valve and I think that it caused the pipe and a coupling to be at a slight angle. It's my ugliest plumbing job, to date - I was replacing an ancient, corroded gate valve. But nothing leaks, and everything has lots of solder (too much). This is certainly a stupid question but I'm wondering if the slight angle, in the attached image, is any sort of issue. I've never sweat pipes, had no leaks, and ever had pipe come apart. But I'm a worrier. Would this cause any problems.