Today in pre-clinic, I was cutting a crown prep on 14. Normally I struggle with these but all of the sudden it was like something hit me. I put almost no focus or effort into it and my margins came out perfect. At one point I closed my eyes as I was contouring the anatomy on the occlusal surface with a diamond bur and my professor said it was the best he'd ever seen in 15 years of teaching the course. Needless to say I was feeling cocky on the next tooth I prepped. I started out the same as last time and instead of struggling it was as if a weight had been lifted off my shoulders, I felt like I was Neo off the matrix, like I was the one. I needed my mirror to cut the distal margin, but I refused to pick it up. I had 0 visibility, I just pretended I was looking through the tooth. I know this sounds crazy but that margin turned out perfect, it was better than the ones I had direct vision on. Once again, the doc checked it said it was perfect. Next tooth, I just closed my eyes completely, using only the feeling through my gloves to guide me. This one was for the check off grade, I recieved a perfect 4.0- and I never opened my eyes while I was cutting. I looked at the other preps in the class and they were inferior compared to mine. An example, my occlusal anatomy looks exactly like a miniature version of what was there before, every tertiary groove or fissure is still present on my crown preps. My question to this forum is, what should I do with my talent? Specailize, teach, write a book??? I'm still in awe of myself.