Sup gents! Last week I really wrecked hard while enjoying my new hobby of cycling (road). We were cruising along at around 20mph and I took my eyes off the path just for a second to wave hi to someone and when I brought them back it was too late, my view had been masked and I smashed into a pair of those cement posts they place in areas where roads intersect with the biking path to prevent cars from hitting walkers, etc. Two impacts, me and the post and about thirty feet later, the pavement, heh. Right arm completely broke in half, pair of hematoma's on my legs, torn ligaments in left shoulder, two broken fingers, 12 stitches behind right knees, etc. Jacked myself up good lol, had to go straight to the trauma team and into surgery (but only spent one night in the hospital, whew). What I'm curious about is my right (picking) hand as the surgery required metal plates, pins and wires to repair it....anyone here have a similar procedure and if so, did your picking technique return to normal over time? BTW, typing with the left hand is slooow and a pita! Thanks.