Thank you for your continued dedication to these two threads. I actually have a big desire to finish all the pieces in Opus 60, but Opus 35 is taking all my time right now. I am learning a lot more about technique. I am now working hard on correct right-hand fingering. We don't talk much about right-hand fingering, because using the modern technique of replacing rest strokes with strong free strokes, you can muddle through. But it is not good technique. A secure right hand requires planning the fingering of string crossings and always knowing what right-hand position you are in and why. Applying these principles takes time. It is not just practicing. It is also a lot of reading about the rationale and the right way of planning right-hand fingering. However, I have high hopes of one day coming back here and finishing these exercises. Most of the last 10 exercises are also musically interesting.