But we must first see if he weights as much as a duck, if he floats, then burn him, if he doesn't then oh well :p
MP H4's are a little bit less soft, because they are more progressive set, more forgiving in the longer irons.
I recommend go to a golf shop that has the mizuno cart with able to switch out shaft. I highly recommend trying out KBS shafts. They are heads above a better shaft than True Temper. Rifle Project X shafts are close, but KBS are just better.
As pretty as those look, I don't really want them within 10 feet of my bag unless they're in the bag of someone I'm playing for money. Having hit the MP-69's before out of curiosity, I can say that blades like this aren't for me regardless of how much I want them based off looks and feel on pure strikes.
Maybe, maybe not. Think it's more of an optical illusion than anything else but then I'm quite big on clubs that look 'right' to me at address. Always had problems with clubs I'm convinced aren't 'right' even if it's purely an optical trick. That said, if they were flat, not sure I'd be too happy with the toe of the club hitting turf in advance of any other part of the sole.
LOL!!! Yeah, it's always been an irksome thing for me...it's like basketball players saying "ballin'"...