I am having a problem still hitting my lats properly with Pulldowns. I have been doing wide-grip, slightly wider than shoulder width, pronated (overhand) Pulldowns to the chest as recommended by Totentanz and countless bodybuilders, trainers and scientific studies, but they seem to be hitting my teres major much more than my lats? My lats are hardly sore at all, but my teres major are really outrageously sore lately! One thought I had is that maybe my teres major are just weak, and will eventually even out. The other thought I had is maybe my form is wrong for targeting latissimus dorsi. It seems that a wider grip and pulling the bar to the chest definitely emphasizes the teres major, so maybe I could bring my grip in a little to only shoulder width and only pull the bar down to my neck, but not go all the way to the chest. I am going to try this, but wanted to see if anyone had any input. I used to do close-grip supinated Pulldowns or chin-ups, but studies and anecdotal evidence seems to lend support to doing the pronated Pulldowns for maximum latissimus development. Thoughts?