Before I start this let me state: I can read decently. I play in orchestras (both classical and musical theater), I've played in big bands, and have been reading music, on some instrument or another, for the majority of my life. So I can read well enough to "fool most of the people most of the time", and if the music is simple, I'm fine. However, anything beyond what you might see in a decent high school jazz band and I struggle with the notes on the page. If I have a chance to look it over on my own for bit and work out the details, I'm fine; or if it's a situation where I don't need to play exactly what's on the page, as long what I play works, I can do that. Right now my gigs all fall into one of those two categories, but I know there are opportunities that I'm missing out on because of this issue. I feel like I have spent quite a bit of time working on It, but I haven't seemed to get "over the hump" of being able to sight read as well as I know I need to be able to. While I realize there are no magic bullets, I am curious if anyone has been in a similar place, and overcome it. If so, were their any particular approaches or methods that were particularly helpful? Thanks!