An example from my last log was the landing back at my home airport, which is also new to me. I was set up on a nicely stabilized approach with my airspeed nailed. At about 100 feet, the tower called to advise me there would be one departure on a crossing runway as I landed. The crossing runway was well down the runway I was landing on and so safety wasn’t compromised in any way. However, when I saw the crossing traffic, a King Air, my pilot mind automatically tried to identify which King Air model it was. As a result of flaring while looking at another pretty airplane, what should have been a greaser turned into a clunker.