You're not giving us much to go on. What is your current iron set?
As for the Nike VR Pro Combo, I'll let others comment on that.
As for FT irons... I to follow Callaway and know a bit about their classic irons, but I really don't know anyone who used the FTs.
Came out in 2008 along with XForged, X20 Tour and X20. (See note on i-brids)
FT had the same shaft length for comparable # irons as the X-family irons of 2008.
Stock shafts were the FT Iron Graphite (L, R, S at about 75 grams) and the NS.Pro 100, a 110-gram steel Uniflex.
I hit all the X-clubs in spring 2009, but not the FTs.
Scattered reviews on the FTs promoted idea that the club got the ball up high without loss of distance. The wide sole looked similar to the circa 2007 Big Bertha irons.
As @newtogolf said, you won't know much until you try the two irons models out. I'm worried you'll be wasting time and $$ if you go buy-and-try with assorted iron models. Why not get fitted with newer used offerings?
Well figured with 1 month under the belt in the golf season I would post an updated video. One thing that sucked is during this session I forgot my shoes, and I lose confidence in my swing wearing slippery shoes.
My driver hits have been better since last year, with my big misses being big massive pulls. These pulls dont appear to have much of a fade or draw in them.
Upon watching the vdeio, I kinda thought my wrist was hinging more than I see in the video.
Heres my 6i swing. i would say my miss is just the occasional fat shot, maybe 1 out of 15 hits.
And man, am I looking forward to it! Love me an Oakmont bloodbath! That course can beat people up. The only thing that could screw things up is heavy rain. I was there in '73 when Johnny Miller won with a final round 63. It rained just about all night every night of the championship, but it didn't rain during the day. Just a solid, low overcast. I don't think Oakmont saw a single ray of sunshine the whole tournament!
That's because he didn't have to, so he didn't. Which is called smart golf. And there are holes at Oakmont where you don't have to hit driver, and in fact, had better not!
One of the things that makes me chuckle is when I hear the mantra that Spieth is "short". I watched him hit an 8 iron 190 today! I saw him hit drivers that carried 290+. He may not be the longest, but he is by no means short! Watching the back 9 at Dean & Deluca made me wonder what this kid might be capable of if he could get his tee game in order. He's an absolute magician around the green!
However it goes, the next two weeks are going to be a whole lot of fun!