Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond
As a 20 capper, I'd suggest the RBZ, and I'd probably suggest the RBZ 4 Hybrid at 22 degrees. I get 4i distance out of my RBZ 5H, so I'd think the 4H will get you 3i distance and easier height than the 19 degree. Although, if you are a high speed guy, you could handle the 19 deg.
I should add to my original post that I also own a Titleist 910 Hybrid. They do have quality stock shafts - pick the one that fits you. If adjustability is needed,it is an excellent club. Having said that, I use the RBZ more than the Titleist. But I also have a custom shaft on the RBZ and its shaft length is shorter than standard, making it an easier club to play for me than the stock version.
I prefer the RBZ club head to the Titleist, and after I adjusted the lie on the Titleist, I haven't changed it. But the Titleist 910 is a club to seriously consider. The choice of clubs is very subjective. Get what you like. As to feel, the Titleist has more of a metallic zing, which makes it lively. The RBZ feel/sound is more muted, but very solid.