I guess we all know if we're left or right handed. How many of you know which is your dominant eye? If you don't you find out this way: With both eyes open, point at something specific. Now, stay pointing, close one eye and then the other (yes, you open the first one! ). In one case your finger is still pointing at the object, in the other, it'll seem to have moved off target. The one for which it stays is your dominant eye. It won;t necessarily be the same as your dominant hand. Talking to a flint knapping expert a while ago, he said he wondered whether people with the same hand/eye had better coordination (for doing things like striking a flake off a stone) - he'd never really had the time or sample size to test his theory. I'm just interested to know how many of us match up (I'm left/left) and whether we feel we have good hand eye coordination or not... I think I do, and my first flint knapping attempt suggested that I could hit a flake quite accurately. Magnatom seems to be a bit of brain specialist - any thoughts on the hand/eye coordination theory? Finally, something I've wondered about for a while, but not been able to test on a large scale (I did try it back on C+, so bear with me if you answered then, and do it again for me.) Either draw, or imagine you are drawing, something like a horse, or a dog or a bike or car even, in profile, without thinking too much. Do you tend to draw it facing left, or right? And which is your dominant hand/eye?