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Ping purple dot are best suited to golfers between 5'0" to 5'7", with a wrist to floor distance of 31¼" to 32½".
Not too much to do with your handicap, more to do with your physicality.
You might need the lie angles adjusted to suit your height.
The UK "used Ping" color fitting chart can be a bit misleading.
Take a look at the Ping company site chart to see how the full color grid works.
Wrist-to-floor is just a rough starting point for clubfitting. A fitter will have you hit some shots and check for best lie angle before making a final decision on upright, std or flat lies. The Ping company chart also gives a starting recommendation on shaft length, based on your height.
As far as the i10 irons go, if you have good numbers they might be a good match. What shaft (model, flex, weight) do the irons have?
As far as working the ball goes, you can hit a basic fade and draw with most any iron model, if you understand how the swing works. An i10 might allow you to flight the ball up and down a little more, but you would have to put in the practice time to learn to do it consistently.
What problems do you have with the Diablo Edge irons when it comes to working the ball?
I hit them for a half hourish and they felt find height wise and I was the hitting the 6i about 175-180 with a nice draw but I'm not sure how much the mat helped me. I really want an iron I can grow with and learn to work the ball and I feel like the diablo irons arent something I could do that with. I just don't want to screw myself trying to be overzealous.
Never swung the Diablo Edge irons, so I can't compare, but I too like Ping irons.
In my case, I have decided to go away from irons "I can work", If they go straight, I'm happy. My irons world "work" when I wouldn't want them to. Any iron you can draw and fade when you want to.