I have a constant problem of accidentally opening my palm f in certain situations, and its really bugging me. I play bari, and I have always found the palm keys a bit awkward. My palm D was hard to reach with my palm and I had some work done a while ago to raise it half an inch or so, but my palm Eb is close enough that I accidentally hit it far to often. It happens the most when I am playing low on my horn, especially doing a 5-1 shot that ends on a Bb or an A. I have tried to avoid it by pushing my wrists in towards my sax, and that works, but feels very carpal tunnel-y. I prefer to keep my wrists straight whenever possible to reduce strain. Does anyone know a good way to deal with this issue, or do I have to live with a more strenuous hand position?