By the way, I was just listening to the Ray Foley interview on Ante-up and he said something during hand of the week that was both common-knowledge and yet worth repeating.
When you have position and you raise a c-bet post flop and the c-betting CALLS you, he will rarely lead out or try to re-take the lead in the hand.
Then, I get to re-evaluate on the turn, where the OOP player does not.
This is a persuasive argument for raising c-bets with good but not great hands instead of looking for trying to control the size of the pot. (like with a 2-1 draw)
If I were to CALL the c-bet from the button and the c-better fires a second barrel, I would be forced to fold marginal hands now.
I found it interesting to contemplate.
Barry Greenstein said a similar thing in his book. He stated the raising the c-bet was the better move.