Hi Everyone. I need some advice on cue tips. I recently started playing again and it seems that a lot has changed in the world of cue tips. Back when I used to play in the 90's and early 2000's, tips like LePro and Triangle were what many of us were using, and Moori was the only layered tip that I had heard of at that time. Now I see most people are using layered tips. There are many different layered tips that I see being advertised with different hardness levels. Do you have any advise on which are the some of the better layered tips, and how does the hardness level affect playability? I remember hard tips used to be good for more action on the cue ball such as draw strokes, and softer tips reduced the amount of miscues you might have. Does that still hold true for the hardness level of layered tips, or is it more about how the hit feels with the different hardness levels? I appreciate any feedback.