Please give us more types of flatwound strings. As you can see just by perusing this forum, there are many players who prefer flatwounds either as their main string of choice or for a specific bass. Why so many rounds is beyond me, but what I do know is there are not enough choices for flats. And when the choices are slim, we're lucky to find one set that we do like. I actually use flats on my p bass that hurt my fingers when I play, but I use them because I like the sound. On my other main bass I use a set that feels easy on my fingers but is missing any dynamic range and punch. My favorite set that both feels good and sounds great have quality issues and they are way overpriced, so I don't even buy them. Seriously, if each manufacturer came out with some nickel based, low tension flats, that would be a really good start. From there you could vary tension, guage, and scale length. Pretty please, with sugar on top?