Yeah, I find that when you already predetermine all of the letters in the team name, you box yourself into a corner. It's a lot easier to have 1 or 2 letters figured out in advance, then start looking at team name colors that might include a 3rd (or even a 4th if you're so lucky) desirable level which may not be an exact fit to what you have in mind for your 3rd and 4th members, but something that you can modify the character's name to fit the team name. Remember, character names are SOOOO much more flexible because the first name OR the last name can be a color reference, so it's easier to conform characters to the team name instead of staying rigid on character names and forcing a team name to happen. Think of it like you're playing a game of Scrabble. Which tiles would you want? J, A, X, Q? Or J, A, [BLANK], [BLANK]? X and Q may be worth more in points than a blank tile, but that doesn't mean shit if you can't put them on the board.