Talk about your pick history and what you now use in 2020. First off I'm a pick and finger guy. Sometimes all pick, sometimes all fingers, and sometimes hybrid. Mine is pretty simple. My first pick addiction was on the Fender extra heavy. It felt great as a new pick but it wore pretty bad, and old one was prone to getting bad pits in the edge. I would rub them on carpet to create friction and that did an ok job of leveling them. But I also noticed as it wore the grip got increasingly slippery. My second pick addiction was the ugly green Tortex 1.5 plectrum from Dunlop. It was imo far superior to the Fender picks. First off no pitting, that was a great leap forward for pick longevity. The other great thing was it's grip. As a new pick it has a rough grip area that took months to smooth out and it still had a decent grip feel, even when smoothed out. My third pick addiction was also a Dunlop. The 1.5 Primetone pick is about twice the cost of all my earlier picks and worth every bit. First off it had a smooth feeling grip that could easily turn and readjust during playing, but there was also an excellent grip factor that was not affected by sweat. It also would not put, something Dunlop nailed back in early Tortex days. The Primetone also had a nice moderate bevel that made it play like butter. Lastly it had a nice "ping" when dropped onto a hard table. This simple experiment showed the picks hardness. Where the Fenders landed with a thud, the Primetones landed with a high pitch ping that showed it's hardness. The best ping of any pick outside of something like the super expensive picks. The Primetone imo, is the best, most tortoise like tone of any of Dunlop's choices. Wear after a year is barely noticeable, better than the Tortex. And you're only out $1.50 if you lose it. But my favorite feature is it's unique feel in the grip. Smooth and never ever slippery. So until Blue Chips come down to a reasonable price (like $5 ea.) the Primetone is easily my favorite. And since I've never played with the $35 Blue Chip, who knows I may still prefer the Primetone, but I don't know. And since I won't pay $35 I may never know. Tell us the story of your historical plectrum quest.