I'm posting this because I know a lot of you contend that rounds sound exactly like flats but with more treble, and therefore a round can do everything a flat can (and then some). I'm not one to agree with this, but I'm willing to be corrected if I'm wrong. My experience with fretless is that flats offer a treble "snap" when picked or popped but more importantly they have a very "solid", "full" sound to each of the notes you play. Whereas with rounds, I so often find (especially on fretless) that a lot of the notes ring out half-heartedly and sound kind of "squishy" like there is compression going in and out. My band, in which I'm basically Vice Frontman, really prefers me to play fretless because of the feel it brings and I actually sing better with fretless (I guess my ears "turn on" moreso). But we are discussing whether I should try some rounds to really get some grind on a couple numbers rather than the "bright flatwound" tone I've been copping lately. What rounds would give me a solid, full-sounding note yet give me the extra harmonics of the outer wrap? Contemplating: Circle K Balanced Standard 100s (really like the 106 set on my fretted).