The conscious wrist set gave me more consistent results, I was hoping for more distance but got more consistent direction and distances. Once I got it integrated into the rest of the swing, I was consistently knocking balls over the trees near the back of my home town's range. Hitting far enough. Also, my 9i was hitting more the targets I wanted. Not quite 60% of the way there yet with my new swing, but I feel progress. I'm hoping to score better than before I stopped playing daily a year ago with no more than 2 range practice sessions and 2 rounds per week. The rest will be just 5 to 10 minute snippets throughout the week. I have to say that this is working very well. You really don't want to beat 200+ balls and/or play 9 to 27 holes a day to get good. I think this experiment is working out nicely.
Short game is another story: Bladed two chip, then did what my coach told me to do, and relaxed my entire chip shot and swung like a putter with a penny on it. Smooth swing. Chipped in one shot and bumped near the hole two times in a row thereafter both stopping within 3 feet. Putting needs improvement, but I didn't really practice it. If I only practice the movements first, before practicing, my results should be better with short game and putting as well with the same minimal practice and playing.
I'd just ignore the conversion chart and stick to the normal fitting process with the first chart. Like you said, stick to the numbers, not what the color label is.
That conversion chart almost seems backwards. Its weird.
Maybe the new std black dot is a different lie angle from before?