Posted 20 July 2012 - 01:03 PM
CompEZ are going to be the same blade length as the MX series. I think the MX will look a bit more bulky, but overall it will be more forgiving. JPX is the new line of forge clubs like the AP2, and it has the same blade length, and a bit strong lofted than the CompEZ.
As far as feel, Mizzy is really unique and pure. But if I remember correctly, the CompEZ are not GrainFlowForged, so the new ones should be even softer and muted. For my personal feel, you need to go to a Miura or a Bridgestone to get similar feel. However, Adams CB2 is not a bad choice for a better shaft and price point. You won't suffer much from feel, and it's a damn good club.
Simply from performance, you will benefit from the new multi-material club head, and since feel is subjective, you should be able to pick out a newer set to your liking. I am a Mizzy diehard fan for years, and now I went with practical and newer technology. Look around, I think you would be surprised.
In the main bag:
Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Subzero, 9, weight forward, Diamana W+63s, 45", D4
Cobra Bio Cell plus, 15 degree, Diamana BB 73s, tipped 1/2", 43"
Mizuno MP-Ti, 18 degree, Fubuki AX 73s, 42.5"
Callaway Apex, Kura Kage 80s, 23 degree
5-GW, Ping i20, Recoil Prototype 95s, red dot, + 1/4"
54S, 60C, Callaway MD3, 1 degree flat
Piretti Copper limited, 34.5", 365g, 3.5 loft, 70 lie.
In the Spare bag:
Ping i20, 9.5, Diamana Whiteboard 63s, 45"
Mizuno MP-Ti, stripped finish, 15 degree, Diamana D+ 73s, tipped 1/2", 43"
Adams A12 Pro, 20 and 23 degree, Matrix Altus S
5-GW, Mizuno JPX 825 Pro, Steelfiber i95s, soft-step once
54, 60, Mizuno R-12, DG Spinner +
Scotty Cameron Fastback custom, 33.5", Rosemark grip, 365g