I have been doing mostly spindle work, and mostly small items. Lately the most used drive centers have been my M2 to M1 taper adapter or an old cup dead center. The wood can stall in place with a catch and my catches are becoming less and less. I am getting more catches with a spindle gouge than a skew. The pressure from the tail stock determines the drive friction from the drive center. So I can set it to stall easier or harder depending on the wood. Anyone else doing this?