I use many for many different reasons. I even bring out the Sharkfin green ones which are the thinnest ones around, For strumming 12 strings or shimmery jangly britpop. They seem like they're made out of plastic bags. They flex and floppying big time. No fast pick! And the other opposite end, STONE PICKS. Which are my favorites but I have a love hate relationsip. It's a heavy metal OR jazz pick as the notes just jumps out there at full volume, and it's shred time. The main thing, THEY DO NOT WEAR DOWN EVER, but you can drop them, lose them, and you will not find anything that even resembled that one you just lost. They do have inconsistent shapes. They are always no-brand, so they can't patent it. Ambiguous about them. They do not flex ever, and as such the ultimate shredder pick. Thickest tone ever... So I use everything like that and anything in between. Yes, I am boring and confess to using Jazz III Dunlop too, the red ones. Eric Johnson signature ones. I eschew and keep boutique picks at bay like those Blue Chip picks. They actually do wear down eventually, which beats me.