The easiest analogy I can think of is, if you're used to, say a RF 97, and change to a PS 97 or something lighter, it's almost like the racquet is too light - there's more RHS, yes, but it's almost too quick.You already have a healthy SW and should be getting lots of plow especially if your RHS is so high. This high RHS should also translate to good control with heavy spin bringing down the ball inside the lines. So all this sound like benefits unless your swing is too early and you’re miss hitting. I have no idea what your gaming is like so try some additional weight at 12 and see if that gives you good timing and translates to heavier ball. Only your experimenting will be able to show you what is optimum for you.
I don't know if that analogy made sense, but that's what I'm starting to feel with my TC 100. I've got no trouble controlling the ball with spin etc, it's more about finding a higher gear, if you will.
What I was trying to tease out is whether those who have played with the TC 100 extensively may noticed where the racquet needs lead the most (some racquets have less mass at the top; some may need more twist weight, etc)- and use that as a starting point for my personal experiment.