I play a Fender P/J strung with Fender 9050 Flatwounds. I like the sound but their relatively high tension is causing me difficulties lately (I suffered an injury to my left hand a few months ago). A buddy of mine also has a P/J and he has it strung with GHS Tapewounds, the other day I played with it and had NO issues! The low tension of the Tapes allowed me play without applying lots of pressure, and the sound was wonderful. They still had some thump (not as much as Steel flats) but were more...hmmm...musical?? I was pleasantly surprised. So, I'm considering changing to some lower tension flats, I´m considering DR Legend flats or TI flats since I've read they are probably the lowest tension flats around...or possibly going to the GHS Tapes. I live in Spain and none of the local shops carry these strings so it will be too expensive to order and try them all. For those of you who have experience with those strings: 1. How do they compare tension wise to the GHS Tapes? 2. How do they compare sound wise to the GHS Tapes? I read the TI's are very different compared to other flats, how do the compare to the GHS Tapes? The DR seem to be closer to conventional flats.... Thanks for your help.