Considering and communicating your own ability, and those of the guys in your blind, will make for a better hunt. If hard-crossers are problematic, give them to the guy who routinely nails them, regardless of what blind the birds are over. If quartering birds, like the No. 2 or No. 6 station at skeet, are your forte get in an end spot. As Bard says, if everyone is upfront about their ability, the whole crew will shoot more birds.