This is not just limited to guitarists, but I think this is a more guitar-centric question because, to me, guitarists (like myself) have a bad reputation for not having good time until really working on that weakness. I've been told that I have "good time," but I think people are tricked by the fact that I accentuate up/downbeats with attack, and make a real effort to "lock in" with others. Truth is, I definitely have nowhere close to perfect time when the true test of matching myself with a metronome comes into play. Not at all. It kind of sickens me, actually. Al Di Meola comes to mind, because a center in time is really the basis of all of his playing. He's on the other end of the spectrum, but Jason Mraz is another person who struck me as having incredibly good time when he plays solo acoustic. Anyway, two general questions: (1) Anyone have any other examples of those with either perfect time or close to perfect time? (2) Is time something you tend to think about often? Or anyone who has developed really good time?