I shoot in an indoor 3D league with a trad group on Tuesdays. My normal shot sequence is to just stare at the point I want to hit, draw slowly, come to anchor, hold for a couple seconds to let my brain "settle out" on the sight picture then release. This week two of the targets were thirty yards...max we can shoot indoors. Sooo...I said to myself that at those distances I'll try gap shooting. In warmup I worked on my gap and it seemed to work pretty good. However, in the first round I missed both of those targets...one over, the other under! After that I went back to my tried and true method and did okay the next four rounds, including a 1X 46 on the last round. Now, I truly believe a good gap shooter, or string walker, will beat an instinctive shooter most of the time but I guess it's not for me.