Ok, so I have done a forum search and it looks like I am @$$-backwards from EVERYONE else in the world. Tonight I was practicing fretting for what seemed like the five billionth time, and after a while I stood up out of pure frustration, but I kept playing... and things immediately fell into place! Started pushing cleanly, no fret buzz, no awkwardness. Fantastic! Not sure if it's because I am used to performing that way on the horn (a psychological thing) or if it is a physical change of some sort. However, comma, I would really like to be able to sit while practicing because I take notes, reference the Internet... you get the idea. So while this is a great step forward, I was wondering if there are any out there that have had the same experience and might be able to shed a little light on (1) why this is the case and (2) some tips on what to do about it, if anything. I dunno, maybe I'll wind up getting a stand-up desk, but there MUST be a better way.... There are many threads about people that are more comfy sitting than standing while practicing and playing, but nothing about the reverse that I could find.