I have what is probably a silly question. Most mouthpieces I've seen come with measurements like .070 - .100 for alto, .090 to .105 for tenor, .100 to .125 for bari, and so on. But some manufacturers (like Yanigasawa, for one) appear to use numbers that just don't fit into this scheme. For instance, how would I translate a ".185" for baritone into the kind of tip opening size that you might normally see? This is for a classical baritone piece from a U.S. manufacturer, so I know they can't mean what I would usually associate with ".185" (or else you should be able to drive a truck through it).