Question: Just how important is lie in hitting your clubs properly, specifically for a wedge? I'm 6'2 with around a 36" wrist-to-floor length and I've been fitted a few times at local golf shops. Usually, the recommendation for me is to get clubs upright 2 deg and 1/2 inch long. I'm on a limited budget and want to move from the clone clubs I've had for almost 2 years to the real deal. I can find very inexpensive used clubs online in great shape, but never with those specifications. My wedge faces look like I've been using them to mine for gold (I've probably hit nearly 5000 shots with each one), so I'm wondering if I should: a) get new clones custom fitted, b) sacrifice a perfect fit with the Cleveland 588s (I've demoed wedges for quite a while now and love the feel on these) I want and have seen used online for $60 each, or c) live with my current clubs that are properly fitted until I have $400 to spend on quality, fitted wedges. Also for irons: I saw a set of used, excellent condition Mizuno JPX800 Pros with standard/standard for about $350 online. My current irons aren't in terrible shape, but they're a bit clunky and have too much offset. Should I stick with them, or get the Mizunos?