I'm looking to put in a custom order for a K-Line Springfield. I'm having a tough time deciding on fret size. I currently have a American Special Tele with Jumbo frets (6100) and a Gibson Les Paul with an unknown fret size. It measures 0.090 wide and then varies around 0.050 tall and has a flatter top profile to it. I'm not sure which one I really prefer to be honest. I find it harder to slide up and down on my Les Paul but I'm not sure if this is due to the shape of the fret or more the fact it as that glossy lacquer backed neck compared to my Tele that has a satin back neck. My Les Paul is a little easier to play other things but this could be due to lower action and 24 3/4" scale length instead of 25.5". So basically I'm having a difficult time figuring out how much the fret shape and size are playing into what is easy or difficult. I can say I think even though there is more tension in my Tele strings, the bends feel like they have less friction sometimes perhapse this is due to the more pointed top on the fret versus the flatter gibson fret? Anyway I'm kind of looking between 6105 (0.090 x 0.055) or 6150 (.103 x .046). Seems like he 6105 is probably about the height of my frets on my guitars now BUT with a narrower profile than the tele so maybe more speed bump like? 6150 is a little shorter than my two electrics but I think is what is on a lot of american made tele's and strats and in the guitar stores I've never felt like that was a problem. For those that seem to be better at telling how these affect your playing what do you like about the fret size you have. What properties does it have that you appreciate it. Also side note I'm looking to get these in stainless for more longevity so I'm not too worried about having enough material to trim the frets often.