I've gotten to be pretty picky in the way I avoid ending a sentence with a preposition, but I realize there are many people who have no regard for this. When writing, I don't want to be distracting to the reader by my choice of words, but rather I want the story to shine through. So, I am wondering, how picky are you about not ending a sentence with a preposition? As an example, there's this: "That is a point I can't agree with." When I see that, I want to reword it to say, "That is a point with which I cannot agree." But, I wonder, fellow lovers of the written word, am I being too picky, to the point of making the reading uncomfortable for the average English-speaker? What do you think?