@pimoore Doesn’t work for me, I’m sorry to say. I don’t anticipate sights, sensations, tastes or smells. In principle, I should be able to anticipate sounds, but it doesn’t seem to make a lot of practical difference. I like coffee, and (obviously) I know I’ve usually liked how it tasted before, but that doesn’t mean I know how it’s going to taste next time (which will be very shortly). It makes comparing roasts etc very subjective, hit-and-miss (and really rather a waste of time).