I always try to link to James Albright's articles in BCA if I see them. This is another good one. He writes, only half-jokingly, of pre-accident investigators: people who find accidents before they happen. You're going to hate this, but that sounds a little like the BFR process. Every two years, you fly with an instructor. The instructor tells you "You fly nicely. Consider tightening up your flying in these 2-3 ways. Technique only, but I think it's safer for X, Y, Z reason." You feel generally irritated by the whole process, but you maybe actually tighten up your technique in the ways suggested. I know you all hate your BFRs, but you don't have to like them for them to work.