Is it just me... or do flats compensate for the poplar body's bright tone, giving a more solid boomy sound???? I could not get flats recently so I returned to roundwounds for the time being and NOW I notice the difference! The rw's strings sound too bright and wiry on the poplar bodied MIM so I had to tweak the amp equalizer. I was SO satisfied with the flatwounds and their thumpy classic sound, and the MIM Jazz sounded great with them on. And apparently the flats covered up the typical somewhat-too-bright poplar tone. Could it be just me????