OK, I bought a 12-pack of Tortex green (0.88mm) "Flow" picks because I wanted the sharper tip, and I couldn't find a discount on the TIII picks (I was trying to stay within a Father's Day gift budget) and some folks on the interwebs said they're really great because they were larger than the smaller-than-average Jazz III or Teardrops. When I got them, I was surprised to see they are smaller than I expected, though I must say they are pretty close to the size of worn picks I've re-sharpened. I thought I'd stick with them and see what happens, but if I can't justify or get used to them, I might just save my pennies and get a 12-pack of TIIIs down the line, but still... So, small pick fans, what can you tell me about the benefits of smaller picks to help me convince myself that I don't need to trade up to TIIIs? I don't play Jazz (the intended audience of small picks, or so the interwebs tell me), I'm more partial to crunchy blues and high-gain rhythm, which is why I wanted the sharper tip. Are small picks more comfortable? More precise? Do they help bring out the magical tones? Or is it just personal preference and I'd probably be better off going with the size I'm used to?