Nearly 95% of solvers (94.6%); O: 95.7%; H: 95.5%; S: 91.1% confirm that „incubation effects“ – setting crosswords aside for a while to resolve deadlock periods – were a feature of the resolution process. In fact, 80.3% of participants agreed with the „yes“ option: „Yes- the answer is often obvious when I go back to crossword puzzles,“ and 14.3% agreed that „I sometimes find it useful to take a break, but I often go back to the thoughts I had before.“ S-Solver had the least use of incubation breaks; However, differences in the distribution of the incubation effect between the groups did not reach a statistical significance ((4)2 – 8,681, p – 0.070, Crameres V – 0.074 [0.040, 0.135]). Some really good indications in this – but some pretty forced too, especially in the DE corner. The 9a and especially the 3d were inductors who sneered. On the other side, 23a (bleeding? It`s a bit abstract) and the 24d were clumsy, as was the „Turkey“ part of 16d. But it`s always nice. Others, however, can solve the same puzzle with a flash of inspiration that they could not predict, through processes that work below the threshold of their consciousness, and become the effects of „Aha!“ – Living Moments. Much will depend on what each solver will bring to the resolution process: „Any problem can be solved indiscriminately if the initial presentation of the problem is appropriate and the corresponding heuristics are available“ (llinger et al., 2014, p. 267), and this will vary from solver to solver depending on skill and experience. The presence or lack of discernment therefore lies in the Solvers` approach to solving the riddle, and not just in the problem itself (Bowden and Jung-Beeman, 2007; Cunningham et al., 2009; Webb et al., 2016) and the categorization of „insight“ stimuli as „pure“ or „hybrid“ or „Insight/Non-Insight“ based on a hypothetical analysis of cognitive tasks seems fundamentally wrong (Ash et al., 2009; Webb et al., 2016). In addition, some advanced crypto-cryptics require a kind of restructuring that alters the dimensions, layout or distinctive features of the grid itself (see Figure 3).3). In these puzzles, it is necessary to redefine spatial hypotheses with placement and layout constraints and to dismantle an existing painting in favour of a radically different new format.