I am trying hard to become a better player these days. One of the most difficult things for me is to play at a constant skill-level from day to day. You know, being able to pull off what you could play the day(s) before. I think I found out that I really have have to stick with one guitar to develop a better, more consistant timing and technique. Swapping guitars every day/hour/minute is totally counterproductive especially for my right hand and my synchronization. Switching from a stoptail to a trem-equipped Strat seems to be extremely difficult for me. My right hand and arm are totally unrelaxed and it feels somehow weird. Not much problems the other way round going from Strat to stoptails though. But well, on the other hand it is super-hard to stay away from the other great axes that I have. There they are, they look so pretty, they sound cool, they play great, they all have something good to offer, and yet... I think I have to store away all of them into their cases and bags for a while and keep concentrating on playing *one* guitar, which will be my Tyler I guess. Does that make sense?