I have been using either 45-100 or 45-105 EB Slinky Cobalt Flats on some of my short scale basses. On the others, I (right now) have Fender 5250 40-95 short scale rounds (besides my JMJ Mustang, which has the stock Fender flats). Obviously there is a huge tension/stiffness difference when switching back and forth. Have any of you strung a short scale bass with 40-95 EB Slinky Cobalt Flats? Or would that be even floppier than 40-95 rounds? They do seem to have less tension, but I've never tried that lightest gauge on a short scale. I'm just looking to get the "feel" closer on the tension, but I don't want to go to another brand of string. The choice is either keep running 45-100 Cobalt Flats or switch to 40-95 Cobalt flats (and I'm happy with the 40-95 Fender rounds). Thoughts or experiences?