Looking for roundwounds for a Squire VM Precision. I just started playing bass a year ago and immediately swapped out the stock strings (Fender Super 7250ML, Nickel .45-.100) for Roto 77LD flats (.45-.105), wanting a smoother, more fundamental sound (no slapping, etc. as I'm learning the basics). At this point I'd like to try a set of roundwounds that still primarily deliver a smooth, fundamental sound, but are also capable of more - i.e. getting to the point where I can get more tone variation with my right hand finger technique. I put the original 7250ML's back on to try, but found them a little too bright (because they are nickel?) and also very rough feeling. I realize rounds will never feel like flats, but maybe there are rounds that are less rough depending on construction? I know lots of people here are nuts over DR strings, and High-Beams in particular. Maybe they would be a good choice? Or perhaps the Low-Riders? All suggestions welcome - Thanks.