...but I'm looking for specific stuff. So, a little backstory. I've been playing with flats on my only p-bass for some years now and got that category sorted. Now, I need a set of rounds, mainly for a MM style fiver (also for a PJ4). Thing is, I'm very particular about tension. I'd been using the 9050m fender set (55-105) and the D&G were killing me. I'd been using them for quite some time but I could never get used to that kind of tension. I was slower, got tired much faster and had wrist pain after gigs where adrenaline would take over and I'd got heavy handed. After getting a set of TI's, the skies cleared and the birds starting singing again and I'm happy! I also tried a set of LaBella 760FS on another bass and, while better than the Fenders, I still found them a bit too much. Now, I got kind of a problem with my wrists and it hurts badly when I'm fighting against the higher tension strings, plus I tend to be a tad clanky and heavy handed at times so... yeah. Lighter strings ftw. Now, roundwounds. Never paid much attention to different types in the past. Usually got a set of D'Addarios whenever mushrooms started growing on the ones I'd got on so... By the way, I'd really like to avoid SS strings (I know this narrows my choices way down). IME, they tend to chew up the frets faster than I'd like and I'm not too keen on refretting. And this is not conjecture, I'd dug grooves on a JB's frets after using steels for two or three years. Ended up defretting it! Sooo... low tension, easy on the fretwire, roundwounds. Probably not hex cores, considering the tension requirement... Not sure on the gauge, although I'm leaning on 40's. I've a set of 45's on a four banger right now and they're not THAT heavy on my hands but they're not TI loose, either, so... Help...? Many, MANY thanks in advance!