I think the last 12 Years has helped if you run tours and chase absolutely everything thereby hitting the Mesoscale Accidents of which there were numerous in the 2010-2019 timescale. I started in 2005 and 2006 learning this hobby with a Vet US Chaser and was pretty underwhelmed obviously with how those May's played out. 2005 had some nice days with the Stretch from May 10th to May 13th and some Solid Tornado Days which I missed all of them (Rookie at the time) but then 2007 and 2008 happened with some amazing Kansas Chase Days and back to back High Risk days with 3 in a little over a week. 2009 was a forgetable year but taking out 2011 the rest have been pretty decent, We do tend to accumulate around 30,000 miles in our 10 weeks out so probably have an unfair advantage when a 2% freak accident happens. Some years I have found to be too hot temperature wise and low quality moisture with a lot more Hail and Structure and other years things just click like 2010, 2013 and 2016 for Tornadoes. I will always favour the High Plains over traditional Tornado Alley though and almost said I would never chase anything over a Moderate in May again in Oklahoma after Mangum last year. I guess I have been one of the lucky few in the last 10 years but also have become a snob when it comes to anywhere east of I-35 maybe I need to change that with how climatology is going when we are allowed back.