Pros: Durable soft feeling ball
Cons: Doesn't float
I got the Bridgestone B330 RX to review. Without access to either a TrackMan or FlightScope I can't really say much about the relative length vis a vis other balls from an empirical standpoint. I do have a Game Golf device but the result have been inconclusive. I am sure most, if not all variation, is due to the vagaries and variations found in the swing of an amateur (i.e. me) whose index can swing from 9.5 to 12.2 and back in any given two month measuring period. I will say that it is every bit as long as the Titleist ProV1x and Callaway SR.
I took the Bridgestone ball test at their display in Orlando in January to verify that I was in fact using the correct ball in the Bridgestone line. I was. In the test, The ProV1x slightly edged out the 330RX but then again that was based on 5 hits each after walking around for 6 hours and hitting a random driver not my own.
The B330RX had a nice clean dimple in dimple look, is quite durable, does not float, and appears to have the same spin as the ProV1x. They responded well off of my wedges near the green. They feel solid and soft off the putter face.
The Bridgestone balls are just as good as any out there and should be given a chance by everyone. I have yet to be convinced that there is enough of a difference between brands to make a difference. Pick the one the manufacturer says is right for your swing speed and go out and knock the cover off of it.