i usually stick with what works. don't buy into the gimmicks, i'm not an equipment junkie, my friends are tho. they hit the r11s driver the best and they've bought newer models that don't perform as well. i still use callaway ft-5.
i went into dicks sporting goods store other day christmas shopping. and had spare time then end up trying r11s and taylormade r1 drivers, on simulator, both are similar. then i tried the jetspeed fairway 3 wood.. i liked it.
maybe 5-10 yards average shorter within driver distances and hitting it off the deck is easy.
i never tried any rbz rocketballz, or rocketblads, or whatever stage it is. i bought the 3 wood jetspeed, for the versatility of off the teebox and off the fairway use. i avg 240 off the deck on the simulator with tight dispersion.
i hope i hit it on the golf course similar to the way the simulator shows.
i realize in few months, taylormade will come out with new club call HyperSpeed, Warpspeed or Klingon hyperWarp technology or something. but if this works well. i'll use it for years till it breaks.
TAYLOMADE, STOP FLOODING THE MARKET WITH SO MUCH CLUBS. once a year is enough. the value and desire factor of previous models drop dramatically when new models come out.