Over the last thirty or so years, I have tried Brite Flats a couple of times, and I was recently tempted to try them again. In the past, I haven't liked them, because I don't think that they do what they claim. However, I was willing to try them again, this time looking for what I think they deliver. Tastes change. I will repeat something I've said before, which is I find them much more Flat than Brite. They sound nothing like roundwound strings, and are much closer to flats. The flatwound sound seems to suit the current bands I'm in, a classic rock/blues band, and a church band that doesn't require slap bass. I've now played them at church for three weeks in a row, and feel qualified to comment. First, they have a very strong attack, which I had forgotten about. I would definitely call them thumpy. They also have the strongest fundamental of any string I've tried in the last few years. Very deep, with big lows. Really not much for highs, but strong mids as well. Setup as follows: Schecter Stiletto Elite 5 with EMG40P5X and 40PSX, usually through an EHX Battalion. This week I used my Broughton HPF, about which more later. At church I use an old-ish Acoustic B200 combo. I had found the lows to be somewhat overwhelming, particularly on the B string. Super thick sounding strings. So this week I used my Broughton Always-On HPF to tame things a little, and it definitely tightened things up. Previously I had been using Lo Riders on this bass, and these are quite different, as you might expect. I liked the Lo Riders fine, but wanted to try something different. The only issue I have with these right now is the B string, which is a bit mushy, but I have a hard time finding B strings that I really like. With the addition of the HPF, the B isn't too bad. Anyway, there you have my 2 cents on Brite Flats. I'll keep them on for a while.