I found another favorite!
I am a longtime Jazz III XL Ultex user. I love the feel of Ultex, but wanted just a little bit bigger size that was similar in shape to one of my favorites, the Dunlop Jazztone 208. The pick point profile is very similar for me, as it's not as acute as say the regular "Sharp" Shape Dunlop produces, it's a bit more of an obtuse, wider angle. My Jazz III XL's are a little more acute than these, which means I don't have to get rid of a shape. I believe I've moved on from the regular size Jazz III's, however -- too small for me.
These Ultex sharps are great for me in 2.0 and 1.4. I gravitate towards these thicknesses over thinner picks. I use these picks with electric bass, 6-7 string guitar, and ukelele, as well as my 1/2 size Yamaha acoustic. I play primarily Stoner/Doom bass and guitar riffs as well as gypsy, middle-eastern/oriental type leads. I don't do a lot of chording with these picks, but that's just my style.
These picks are grippy when you first take them out, like a powdered asian hard candy (if you know what I'm talking about, you'll know I nailed the description). The edges are smooth, with not mold line (unlike the Delrin Dunlop picks I have). These picks will generally get lost before they are worn down in my usage. I use these with flat and round bass strings, 9-62 guitar strings, and 1/2 size and concert ukelele nylon strings. I just placed another order for the 72 pack.
The only improvement I'd make with these picks are to have some sort of raised lettering or embossing like on my Beloved Jazz III XL Ultex.
Pros2.0 and 1.4 thickness:
Grippy out of the package
Smooth Edges, no seam or mold line in my initial six pack
Durable - I lose these before they get worn out or lose their tone.
ConsNo embossing, or raised lettering, so they could become smooth and slippery over time. This is what I really love about my Jazz III XL Ultex.