Southern Comfort offered a wonderful suggestion on how to correct a grip problem that I had posted about. This grip is a variation of the 3 finger grip but the index and ring fingers rest at the die corners and the middle finger is not used. The outside fingers press the dice together and the thumb can provide stability without too much pressure. As I was practicing with this grip, I did not much improvement to my dice response on the practice table. Instead, I saw that the dice were landing all over the table. I was focusing on my grip so much that I had ignored the LZ component. I went back to my 3 finger grip and focused on the LZ. Immediately after addressing the LZ, my results improved. Fewer side faces. Better correlation and vastly improved on axis primary faces, compared to my earlier results. If I missed my preferred LZ, though, I went back to double rotations. Should the size and location of the LZ have an effect on the outcomes or should I be looking back to my grip issues?