I am contemplating getting a new set of darts. The set I have now are the ones that I started with 5 years ago. I read these forums and I know that George will say "why are you getting new darts" with the implication that darts won't improve your accuracy, only more practice will do that. So, what are legitimate reasons for new darts? I am considering new darts for three reasons: 1. I can throw a thinner dart comfortably based on throwing some friends darts, so all things equal it seems a thinner dart is better. 2. I have found that I don't need all the knurling and grooves that I currently have, so all things equal it seems less grooves means less for other darts to catch. 3. I tend to push the dart, so I have had some interest in whether a scalloped design would feel more comfortable, but at least a design that would make sure my finger placement is the exact same every time. My current darts are straight with a repetitive groove/knurl pattern. Am I tempting fate by considering new darts? I am shooting as well as I ever have, and I know that my current darts are fine. I have read some horror stories on this board about people cycling through dozens of sets of darts and I don't want to get caught up in that. I do know that the darts aren't going to improve my accuracy. Any advice?