Most recently, we extended our investigation of prism adaptation to eye-hand coordination tasks. The experimental control afforded by such tasks enables a more detailed study of the component processes of adaptive perceptual-motor behavior, especially the distinction between higher level strategic control and more primitive spatial realignment. Moreover, this research paradigm connects with a larger body of work in prism adaptation (Welch, 1978, 1986) and with the question of intermittent visual control in action (Elliott, 1992; Jeannerod, 1988; Jordan & Rosenbaum, 1989; Keele, 1986).