Thank you for your input. Let me just quickly respond to some of your points. 1. Emphasis on slow edging. Reaching edge of orgasm fast then stopping and then going again does very little, or dare I say nothing at all, for PE. It just makes you real good at stopping at the edge of orgasm. Decrease stimulation to as little as possible to make sure you reach edge as slowly as possible while at the same time staying as erect as possible. 2. Yes. Breath is very important. Breath either builds or dissipates tension. Too much physical tension can be cause of PE. Even tho I would put it at the very bottom of the list I mentioned in my original post in terms of importance. 3. Again, just wanna point out, practice "kegels" the right way. If you do the wrong kegels it will actually make your PE worse! The right type of "kegel" is what I call the "tailbone muscle" - PC muscle for males. If you do not know how to isolate and flex it without flexing wrong "kegels" (BC muscle for males) then it is better to just avoid kegels completely and just do reverse kegels only. 5. Another good tip! Pelvic floor stretches releases tension and helps to loosen muscles there. Still tho if one is not retraining involuntary reflex to contract perineum area (BC muscle) by practicing reverse kegels I doubt static stretching alone will do much.