Well I came across a video of the great Dave Pomeroy endorsing GHS pressure wound strings. He says they're actually his favourite bass string and he keeps them strung up on 20 - 25 of his basses! So based on the sound of them in the YouTube video and my own delightful impulsiveness, I popped on a set (.106 - .044). I've really been struggling with the idea of finding a great balance between the thump and mellowness of flatwounds, and the great cut through - mids of rounds. I use flat wound and round wound strings on many of my basses but these particular strings are likely going to go on a Fender sort of Franken-American Series P Bass that I have, that has a maple fretboard and a lightweight alder body. (And the smoothest most killer neck of all time...) This bass has a Seymour Duncan SPB1-1 pickup and I'm really hoping that these pressure wounds find me that perfect balance of the tones that I love between flats and rounds. I know not one set of strings can do it all but surely with all the string choices out there something can get you as close as possible, right? Does anybody use these strings and have any thoughts or experiences with them? Thanks folks!