I was looking at the website for Dr Mortons' books, and it looks like he advocates a four-finger technique, even in the lower positions. I realize this Simandl vs. Electric Bass Method has been beaten into the ground, but here's my question. For those that care to respond, at what point do YOU go from a Simandl to one finger per half step method? The pic on Dr Mortons website looks like he's in first or second position using this technique.....too low for me. Gary Karr states in his video that "electric bass fingerings are where its at" (Im paraphrasing) but he doesnt go into detail SPECIFICALLY as to where he uses this method. (I cant see anybody using it in first position, it seems ridiculous) Anyway, are Mortons' books just a rehashing of what you can get out of any EB method? Or are they worth the money? FWIW, I can play an A major scale starting on the E string without shifting or pivoting....any lower than that, and I use 1-2-4. At what position do YOU use a one finger per half step method?