I use indicators sometimes due to the fact that I can't see worth a crap. I have used a lot of them out there and the Kahuna LT seems to be the ticket for me. It's easy to adjust depth and stays in place well. I blind cast as much as sight cast and it helps for a number of reasons in my opinion. One would be the obvious. It's easy to see on long casts but mainly when you are casting into the sun or low light. Second and what I like the most is line recovery. What I mean by that is this. Say your stripping your fly back and it comes in contact with a grass patch. It will pull the end of your fly line under and a lot of times it will stay down and not recover to the surface. I may be way off but I feel like it could run over fish and spook them before the bite. To me the Kahuna LT seemed to influence my cast the least but still floats really high.