#1
When I unfret a fret I usually throw my fingers back a good deal. Should it be closer to fretboard at all times?
#2
Yes it's good practice for when you play faster. Plus, it will keep your fingers from tiring out as easily.
#3
shouldent come up more that .5 of an inch
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#4
As close as possible without touching the strings would be optimal obviously.
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#6
Im seriously noticing the kickback with my pinkey. Is it worth trying to fret individual notes via pinkey? also a vid w/ this perfected would be helpful. preferebly Accoustic
#7
Maybe this will help:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Snsjm_NaDxU

Also, I wouldn't suggest forcing your fingers to stay down- as this will just increase the amount of tension you have. You need to try and think about isolating the fingers so that they move independantly- this is more important than keeping your fingers so close to the fretboard.