You're most welcome aliasmaximus.[br][br]In conjunction mainly with D'Addario, I've been using Alice strings for electric, acoustic and classical for over four years now. Their electric and acoustic strings are outstanding. They segment manufacture those too to accomodate consumer perception of need and price point, but if you buy and try anything mid-segment in the ranges up, you'd be impossible to please if not well satisfied. [br][br]I'm always up to experiment and not swayed by brand idolatry or peer pressure marketing unless it's backed up by meat 'n taters substantiation as a factual truth. [br][br]Admittedly I was motivated to try Alice initially because of the usurious price of anything imported from America into Australia, partly due exchange rate and a local 10% tax, but also due straight forward price gouging greed by the single line import distributors. In approximate terms, one can triple the price of any item available in USD in the US converted to AUD, which isn't offset by triply proportionate income/earning power, which being retired now and on a fixed income = "look after your pennies, and your pounds will look after themselves".[br][br]Buying Alice permits me to indulge in regular string changes without particular concern for annual expenditure on that item. Over a dozen guitars, that starts to add up. I do buy D'Addario as well for all three genres, but opportunistically in bulk ameliorating their price significantly over single or triple pack buy. Think half or less per set than best price single buy, and more on the LMS in my town hanger price. But, Alice are about half that again even single pack buy and just as readily available to me, or were before the impact of 'COVID shipping tax' impost through reduced space available due international pax flight curtailment over the past two years which is only starting a slow recovery now. Fortunately I had stocked up on both, and had sufficient in reserve to carry me over. [br][br]For electric, I particularly like these, or anything in segments above, in both .9s (-SL) and .10s (-L), and they are very popular with users in worldwide for all the reasons stated above. However Alice coat manufacture these, they feel and sound like D'Addario uncoated, but last a lot longer without corroding at the same rate from exposure to everyday acid sweat of my hands and hanging on the wall hangers in the high humidity and temperature saline sea air where I live. [br][br]Acoustic in Alice I use AWG432s alongside my preferred favourite D'Addarios, EJ16s. Their tonal characteristics work well on both my slimline cutaway and concert full body, and I prefer their (uncoated) feel. Tonally I like and use their phosphor bronze AWG436 as well which are probably closer to the EJ16s tonally, but they are coated.