In a 3/0 it was my (white's) move in the following position:
I had two options that I saw: Kf3 and Ne3. In some ways Kf3 seemed like a safer move -- it would not lead to the immediate loss of a pawn. However, I decided to play Ne3 knowing that endings with opposite colored bishops tend to be very drawish. In fact, I thought I knew how to draw this position, though I had no time to work it out in detail, and though Kf3 would keep me even in material I felt that black was in control with Kf3. Though I could not see anything forcing for black, I still thought Ne3 was better. The game eventually ended in a draw. Looking over it with a computer (Fritz 6), the computer definitely likes Kf3 better. It evaluate Kf3 as exactly even, whereas Ne3 is -.75. My question is, was my call sound? It seems to be to me, but perhaps one of the experts here could tell me better. Thanks.