The two middle fingers of my left hand are stuck together. I wonder if there is plastic surgery to separate them? Maybe tendon surgery. (Only joking.) Do you know good stretching and fingerboard exercises to get these to be more independent? I am not talking about the same typical fretboard exercises that any book or website or thread has to improve speed. "Hey play 1234, 1423, 2431, etc." I am doing an exercise where I hold my 1 finger on the fretboard, and then place each finger down, and then pull each up, 234, 432. But, when 1 and 2 are down, I can not get 3 to go down at its correct one fret distance away, and when fingers 4 and 3 are down, I can not get finger 2 to go down in its correct one fret distance away. I usually end up with 1, 3, and 4 in the proper locations, and then 2 ends up on top of its fret instead of a little behind. Please help me with an exercise for this. Please remember that a simple listing of notes that could actually be played with one finger is not what I am looking for. I am looking for an explaination on some type of fretboard yoga that over time will help my left fretting fingers be independent and more in their proper location. Thanks! Tim.