Last match I attended, you could divide the plates shooters into essentially two classes: 1) Fire as fast as you can, expend all your rounds very fast to drop six plates; 2) Take a bit more times and nail each plate with a round apiece (or two if hitting low). Okay, I can see the merits of both but for the speed shooters, do you find yourself sufficiently shifting your mental process on the street from speed shooting with misses to effective shot placement? I have to ask as someone who must account for every round I fire that does not hit a target (or threat). If I am being over critical or missing something (game versus training), by all means, please let me know. I'm just curious.