Yet again took out the faster stuff, I just don't need to be throwing them. The loss in accuracy/consistency I have with wider rims is not worth the couple of feet I gain. I'll only be taking them to open courses (which I almost NEVER play). Back to my OLFs for control-D
Brought the Fuse back and decided it can coexist with Cobras...very happy that I did. I do not FH/OH/roll/grenade with the Fuse (the "+" rim screws with me), but being a BH dominant player I get enough use to justify carrying one along side the Cobra. Then again, I don't throw grenades with any stable/understable mid.
The Fuse has more HSS and less LSS, while it is the exact opposite with the Cobra (duh). Great pair of US mids IMO.
171.4 1.2 Q-OLF (7/10) - most stable (both HSS and LSS) of the three. very workable
167.7 1.2 S-OLF (9/10) - some turn and some fade, great for line shaping
173.5 1.2 M-OLF (6/10) - flippy distance, standstills, understable utility - that whole chestnut
171.4 Champ Banshee (8/10) - hey old friend. dropped these a while back and am happy to have returned
172.4 Q-JLS (7/10) - workhorse driver
179.7 FLX Drone (7/10) - slower overstable duties
176 Pro-D Drone (6/10) - significantly less stable than your average Drone
169.1 Opto Fuse (8/10) - hyzerflip to flat, annys, turnovers, etc.
178.3 DX ontario Cobra (7/10) - understable line shaper..hyzerflips w/ turn+fade, mid rollers, finesse flex shots, etc.
174.8 ESP Titanic (8/10) - driving putter
171.2 4chain [hard] Magnet (6/10) - main putter
173.2 Pro Birdie (8/10) - turbo putts or short grenades.[/QUOTE]