Thanks, all, for taking the time and for your input! I guess the situation didn't seem that definite to me, but that could have been my perceiver lens and that I'm entering this situation late in the game, so I probably have bright eyes and fresh energy about a late-in-the-game problem! My SO hasn't made much of an attempt to address the situation, but he and I are headed to this guy's upcoming wedding (The invitation and acceptance of it are out of obligation or for the group or something?), and it'll be my first time meeting this other guy. Likely why it's been on my mind enough to ask. Needed a better idea of how I should approach this near future event. It'd be my default to start sopping up and analyzing what the situation is while I'm there, and then see how that information can be useful in making the situation different. It'll be an effort for me to not, but it seems like that may be my best choice from what you all have said. I mean, I likely still will do some in-depth analysis of the situation because it's just what my brain does, but I'll do my best to refrain from pushing the situation unless there's something truly exceptional. Okay, thanks again, everyone!