Again, my point. They market these lists of hybrids themselves as being ideal for certain playstyles. I liked neither that I tried. But then I have no right to judge because I didn't use what "most" consider best. Now do people understand why L-Tec has gotten such a bad reputation? It's because no matter why you don't like it, there is always something that could have been done to make you like it and that is why you were displeased. I have no problem at all with the product, although the price is steep. If you can afford it, go for it. My problem is with the marketing and loopholes that make it seem that you have to try every iteration under the sun if you don't like what you try. No other company markets this way, and hence they are the companies I will continue to support and recommend.