I used to have an R7 sand wedge and lob wedge that came with my set of clubs that had a lot of bounce. I don't remember the amount but it was substantial.
I gave them away because it was so limited off of tight lies for really high and really short flop shots, although they were great for standard pitches, chips and getting out of bunkers.
If I could do it over again I would have kept those clubs and simply added my current Adams sand wedge with less bounce or put the Adams 60 that I rarely carry in the bag.
Even worse is that the course I play now has longer fairway grass and many less situations where I even need to hit the super flops.
Lesson learned: Don't give away my clubs until I'm sure that's what I need to do.
But I do like to have at least one lower bounce club in the bag (just in case) and it doesn't make much difference to me if it's a 56 or a 60.