Good to hear some negative feedback too. It's not all roses and sunshine, no matter what product.
Setter, your experiences seem to be in line with what I've read about spinner (rifle or DG) shafts. Good feel for less than full shots, but take a full swing, and you're basically playing a shaft that's way too soft for you, so it just goes straight up and is very inconsistent in regards to traj and distance.
$180 per wedge is pretty expensive IMO, and it sounds like the fitter really did you a dis-service by not getting you in the right shaft. Maybe you can get the dealer to change out the shafts for you as a service.
I myself am in the market for some new irons and wedges (well, also a putter, 3 wood, and driver). Short game is a strength for me, and I happen to have an Edel fitter pretty close by (about 1 hr away, which for California, is nothing). I was reading on their site the philosophy of using higher bounce, and while doing some research found the topic here. It makes a lot of sense in theory; we'll see how it does in real life.
I was about to pull the trigger on a set of Miura wedges, but so glad I didn't. I've never had a wedge fitting, and am really looking forward to it.
BTW I really like how the Edel wedges look from address, thanks for the pics. Not crazy about the funky customizations you can do, as I like a clean, simple appearance.