I play a G&L L-2000 Tribute, and I'm trying to find a string that will help accentuate a woodiness in the midrange. I generally lean toward nickel and I go for sort of an airy p-sound. I'm savvy with the L2K controls, so I'm just looking for the perfect string to complete my sound. In the past couple years I've tried: D'ad Chromes - Very nice flat, but I'm not really looking for a full flat. Too dull. D'ad Halfwounds - I feel like these were the strings where I started noticing the woodiness I'm looking for. I need another round with them. SIT Power Flats - I didn't care too much for these strings. They weren't horrible, but they had no character and did not stay in tune. DR Sunbeams - I really enjoyed these, especially after a month or so. They have a wonderful, rich midrange which sounds great, but is too "wet" for what I'm going for. DR Nickel Lo Riders - I just put these on today, and they sound nice. I think I need to break them in before I can really say anything about them, but they're bassier than I was expecting. Anyone going for the same thing I am? Any suggestions if the Lo Riders don't hit the spot?