Just wanted to say that, as a player who plays slightly larger tip openings than most (8* on soprano and tenor, and a .82 on alto) I've found the mouthpiece that lets me feel comfortable and produces an amazing range of tones for me on baritone - Vandoren's V16 B9. It's a 122 tip opening and for me, is easily the most optimal mouthpiece I've ever played on baritone. I'd have paid twice as much for mine, but Saxquest has them for only $205, which is a bit unbelievable to me. The mouthpiece has so many qualities I've wanted in a bari piece, starting with the "thick" (or what I call "sticky") sound (deep tone), as well as a chamber that allows for subtones, and a sense of weighted power without being annoyingly thin when it gets bright. If you haven't tried this one, bari players, give it a try! I'm playing mine on a YBS-62 and loving every second of it.