Cons: not for High handicapper
VERY very nice design with a blade look on address.
Really, there's nothing else I can say.
Performance / Feel :
We all know that Mizuno makes some of the best and best looking irons in the world. And without exception, this iron is one of them.
Feel: Just like butter and yet a little more powerful due to the cavity back.
Performance: I really like this iron. I was going to buy CB501, but after playing with this, I think I'll go with this iron instead.
I notice that the trajectory is around mid / high, yet still penetrating. I also gained a little more distance compared to my MP68,
but I think that's mainly due to the stronger loft.
Consistency with this iron is very good and my dispersion quite tight.
I really like the MP64. It feels great and it's also rather forgiving. Still gives me the butter / blade feel. I said above that I'd buy this over the CB501, and that's because the CB501 looks just like my other Miura blades, while MP64 as thin and slender as it is, it still looks like a cavity back.
I truly recommend this iron to most golfers, but due to its design, perhaps anyone hitting in the 90s should avoid this model.
Otherwise, if you need a new set, look no where else.