The art of spreading a refrigerated, solid spread on a toast without tearing it apart when the Spreader doesn't have time to let the toast's heat melt the spread.
There are 2 major cases where Precision Spreading can be of great use: When spreading butter or cream cheese.
Cream cheese should be used for Precision Spreading training as it is the easier of the two.
Solid butter, however, is the true ultimate challenge here. As butter actually is solid as opposed to creamy.
*derp grabs a toast, some refrigerated butter and starts spreading the little block*
*derp goes too fast and tears a hole in the toast because the butter is solid and just won't spread*
Dammit! I should have applied Precision Spreading there.