I used to use Fluid Feel Staff blades in the late 80s. I loved them, but I knew that I would be getting fewer swings as my career started. I thought I would be better served using a more forgiving club, so I switched to Ping Eye 2s which I still use. I kept the Staffs, as they were always my favorites. I'm glad to see that they are gaining popularity again, as Wilson is a great company with winning tradition in golf and tennis.
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I picked up a set of ci11's in March and have shaved 4 strokes off my handicap. I would say that they hold there own. I mean for the price you can't really go wrong. When I was in the market for a new set of irons I did a heap of research. Being left handed and living in Perth, Western Australia it is hard to find clubs in a pro shop when you only really have 2 different companied to choice from. Reading the forums an seeing what the reviewers had said about these clubs made me try them out. I hit the RBZ's the D100 and the ci11 and went with the ci11's. Both the D100 and the ci11's felt 10 time better than the rbz.
I had a chance to demo some of there new stuff at the PGA Tour Superstore when it opened out here a few weeks ago. It's very high quality stuff and they are definitely making a comeback. I think their biggest issue is that a lot of stores just don't carry their clubs; however that does seem to be slowly changing as I'm seeing more and more Wilson Staff stuff.