You are an accomplished player - impressive to me how you can play the whole range of reeds on the same mouthpiece. I guess the trick is going with what each reed gives you and not trying to force 'your sound' out of it. Yes, the '3' is your reed. Reed selection is totally subjective and there will never be, can never be, a single reed for everyone. But you just proved that the reverse is not true - that every player can only be effective with his pet reed - you played them all! I don't think I have ever seen a demonstration like this before, and definitely have never heard of anyone doing it. True, 30 seconds is not a 90-minute show, and you would probably have physical damage if you tried it with the '5', but definitely did play it as well as the '1'. I did not miss the picture of Getz that popped up when you were playing the 5 - it was hip that you made that connection and slanted your playing that way when you heard what was coming out of the horn. I guess yours and Getz's mouthpiece were close in tip openings.