Originally Posted by Vinsk
No good fitting facility around here. I'm moving to Denver in early August so I'm gonna do a dynamic fitting there and get the real deal.
I've actually never experimented with shafts. I'd like to try some Project X styles. I'm talking irons. Will be interesting.
I think it's best if we move off Gi versus Players, and talk about what is your interest in an iron -- what iron will fit your wants and still allows you to play consistently well.
Since you're swinging better, find a set you love in terms of looks and will still realistically perform for you (how much forgiveness or help is wanted) - that's where demos and simulators come in, and ranges with fitters so you can hit outside. After you find the set, which clubs in the set can you realistically swing competently? 3-PW, 4-PW, 5-PW and then find hybrids and/or fairways to round out the set.
I think it's one of these journeys that is so subjective that it is one you take more or less alone --- it's hard work and time -- you've got to look at various OEM sites, pics, discussion, and see what piques your interest, and then demo. Once you find a head, then comes the shaft...
You know about all of the OEMS, find what may fit and looks great to your eye. Another lesser known maker is Edel ... it's a custom fit cavity. Do a google search if you like. But whatever path you take, good luck.