I found four different Bridgestones in my bag yesterday. B330 s, B330 RX, B330 RXS and e6. I went to the practice range and chipped and putted them for almost an hour. My main criteria is soft fett. I don't like chipping or putting a hard ball. Also, how it reacts (checks or not) around the green is important. I don't like a ball that checks too much. that's why I chip with a 9i or 8i mostly. Order of preference from best to least.
B330 RXS, e6, B330 RX, B330 S.
The B330 RXS consistently felt the best. I was surprised how well the e6 felt. I expected a much harder feel. It was hard to distinguish the feel between the e6 and the B330 RX. Any of those 3 I would play with. The B330 S felt like a stone. After a few chips and putts, I replaced it with a river rock. The river rock didn't roll as well, but it felt softer.
I'm going to get a sleeve of e6's from a friend of mine. He loves them. I'll give them a try on the course.
Tonight, if I have time, I will compare the Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x, NXT Tour, NXT Tour S and Velocity. For the Pro V1x, I have some label just Pro V1x and some labeled Pro V1x 332. I also have some Pro V1 and Pro V1 392. I expect the Pro V1's to feel the same regardless of dimple count. Same for Pro V1x. They probably would perform differently. New Pro V1s have 352 dimples and new Pro V1x have 328 dimples. I assume the ones with the dimple count are some older models.
I'm not expecting good results for the ProV1x or Velocity. I'm going for soft feel mainly.