Hi guys! I've been a religious user of the pink Dunlop Delrin 1.14 mm picks. I've bought a 72-pack of them twice. Now I've realized during my years of playing with them that they wear out very quickly, and I'm always after picks that have a sharp tip, and have a ton of of dull ones laying around. Now, I like my picks hard and stiff. I like the Delrin, but maybe it's just a tad bit too big. Now I'm looking to change my "daily driver" pick to something new and better. What picks would you recommend for me, knowing that I appreciate a stiff pick? I'm also trying to make my playing as consistent as possible, and I did try a pick with a bevelled O-shape in the body of it - so one's finger goes naturally into the same place every time, and you get a better grip of the pick. Because there is an "anchor point"/special physical feature on the pick, my hand could immediately tell how I was holding it. That pick was a super thick 2mm pick, and far from perfect, but I feel that having a pick with some kind of texture/bump/bevel could really help having the pick in the hand always the same way. One problem with the Delrins is that they really have no special physical features/bumps/etc, if you know what I mean - leading to inconsistencies in the way I hold my pick. Any recommendations for a quality pick?