As I'm practicing my technique I can feel that my right hand plucking was not as consistently right on the money as I'd like. As I focused on the issue I noticed that I'm getting more friction resistance and needing to overpower that friction resulting in (very slightly) wonky timing and accentuations. I've used Finger Ease (spray) on my electrics for a long time, helping to eliminate squeaks and move up and down the fingerboard more easily. I'd always thought of it as a left hand aid. But I got to thinking, what if I sprayed a bit down by where the right hand plucks? What would happen? Well, it did exactly what I thought it would. It seems to be allowing more consistency in my plucking hand. When I dig in, I know I can come off the string as I intend which wasn't happening before. Just thought I'd share if anyone was interested. As for the left hand, I like Finger Ease for that too, especially with rough roundwound strings.... HOWEVER, on my left hand I've been messing around with an ultra thin cotton (photo print) glove and find that has some interesting advantages. Easy to slide around and it also seems to help mute open strings a bit better than my bare hand. I suppose it would keep the strings cleaner too, no? Thoughts/comments?