I'm a pretty solid player with a good sense of time (so I've been told). Definitely a pocket player. I think one of the reasons I play so solid is that I stick to the necessary lines and don't add much in the way of fills. When I do it's usually a safe arpeggio type thing. The leader of my bad loves it when I throw in fills, especially in a live context, but I tend to shy away from them most of the time unless it's something I've planned out ahead of time. My question is simply: how do you approach doing fills? I want to get really good at it. I've been working really diligently on 16th notes lately. I'm feeling like this is one key to getting fills to sound right and in the pocket. Any thoughts?