To add on to that, and to kind of go along with what @zzoomer was saying, even if you don’t switch to Mehta, it’s still a really fun method to learn and it will help you understand many different aspects of solving the cube that you don’t get with CFOP, such as the FB and EO Belt steps, and it also shows that there’s many ways to continue after solving just part of the cube. After solving the belt, there are so many different paths that you can take, most of which are shown on the flowchart here.I switched from CFOP to Mehta because I think Mehta has the potential to be the best 2H method out there, but most people won't believe it unless they see fast results, so my goal is to get fast results with it to prove its viability. It's been way more fun to practice Mehta than CFOP, so I'm sticking with it for the foreseeable future. I averaged about 10 with CFOP and now I'm around 14 with Mehta. After several months, I'm still quite a bit slower, but I feel like my path to improvement is clearer. Mehta has a lot of algs, so if you're ok with that and want a fun but fast new method, I highly recommend learning Mehta.