Hi all, Bit of back story.....In February I returned to the brass banding after a five year absence. I was a soprano player for a long time (best part of 15 years!!), and now I am playing cornet for a local band here in Worcester. I have been trying my best with a DW 4B mouthpiece since February, but we are just not getting along, and at rehearsal last night I caved and returned to the Schilke 10B4 that was my choice when I played soprano. It was like coming home. It was much more comfortable to play and I had security in the upper register, somethng that I had been severly lacking on the 4B. My problem is that the mouthpiece is not really conducive to that classic cornet sound, nor does it "blend" that well with the rest of the band, but I love the other qualities. As it is unlikely that I will be returning to soprano any time soon , I think it's time I sorted this out. I have been doing a bit of research on mouthpieces, but the choice is staggering and confusing. What I really want is a mouthpiece that is similar, but can give me a wamer, deeper, "cornet" sound (deeper cup maybe?). Has anyone else made the move from sop to cornet and had a hard time adjusting (No? probably just me!!)? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, or if anyone could point me in the direction of a shop where I could actually go and try out a few mouthpieces that would be fab. I'm located in Worcester, but I am willing to travel if needs be! Ta!