Guys, I keep hearing how some members like one size fret, other members don't like it but love another fret size, and so on, and so on It seems there are basically five sizes for Telecasters, and as per Fender's website: 6230: The smallest fret wire found on older Fender necks (.078″ x .043″). 6150: Vintage jumbo. Much wider but not as tall as 6230 (.102″ x .042″). 6105: Modern narrow and tall; currently very popular (.090″ x .055″). 6100: Jumbo. The largest fret wire available (.110″ x .055″). 6130: Medium jumbo (.106″ x .036″). I own a Tele with 6230's, one with 6150's, one with 6105's, and one with 6130's. Now here's where I know some members are going to jump on me and tell me I haven't been playing guitar long enough to appreciate the difference, but as a guitarist who simply plays because I like to play a guitar, regardless of which fret size I play, I adjust very quickly, and I don't notice, nor care, which size the frets are, I simply PLAY the guitar So my question is if there was only one fret size Tele, take it or leave it, would you be able to adapt to it, and at some point just learn how to play it and not fret (get it, FRET? ) over it anymore?