Given that one of the remaining issues I have with riding, having worked out the bottom bracket issue, the saddle issue, I want to tackle the feet issue now and getting some hot spots on the longer rides. I bought a set of Lake SPD-SL shoes last year and pedals also. They seemed to be good, providing a bit wider distribution over the foot area, but I distinctly remember them being dang difficult to unclip from. I had the Yellow cleats on them. My understanding is that the Red cleats are fixed, the Blue cleats are 2* of float and the Yellow cleats are 6* of float. I have looked all over this place and cannot find my pedals, so I am going to have to buy a new set and I thought while I am at it, make sure I am understanding the cleats properly. Am I correct in my understanding that a larger degree of float not only allows a bit of foot movement while pedaling, but it also should be easier to unclip from? Or did I miss something?