Bob Dylan sang "Times They Are A-Changin'," though in the world of golf equipment, it may have never been as true as it is now. While others have had a few different variations of adjustability, Titleist had yet to jump on the bandwagon. As they say, being first to market doesn't equate to being better.
Does this mean that adjustable drivers have reached a point where it's so mainstream that the adjustability factor has no effect on how "traditional" people perceive a manufacturer and their clubs, or does it simply mean Titleist is evolving out of that "traditionally traditional" mold? Though the introduction of the 910 series as well as the AP Series might lead one to believe they're just progressing and working in new technology, who really cares either way?? Plain and simple we, as players, are getting a beautiful new adjustable driver from one of the most established, respected names on the market.