I DO NOT boost this rubber and have been playing with Skyline TG3NEO Domestic 39deg version for about 4months still playing like brand new after cleaning.
I am an all-rounded player who prefers to play 1-3ft from table.
It is important to note that this rubber feels so so similar to H3NEO with the difference mainly being the throw angle. The throw angle is higher on the Skyline and also feels a little softer probably due to the pip structure. It makes it an easier rubber to loop and block with but at the 3rd ball kills and top lvl loop kills less dangerous than H3NEO.
This rubber allows me to vary the spin when I want and also flat hit or counter hit (closer to table). It's great for the short game and it excels for my awkward block shots where I like to suck the speed/energy and almost double bounce it (very good when opponent is mid distance looping it), I have found only the chinese tacky rubbers allow me to do this with such consistency and quality.
If I find myself 4-6ft from table the looping definitely takes more energy, full arm strokes/usage of waist/wrist are a must to produce a loop good enough to compete with rubbers like Tenergy and win a point.
These rubbers last a long time, you just need to make sure you clean with water after every session and use the protective films to get a long life 6+months. Without booster the rubber is definitely not as fast like Tenergy but has many gears and can reach high speed with the full stroke as I mentioned. The spin speaks for itself in all departments, the tackiness helps a lot with this. I find I have a lot of control with this rubber also but control is too diverse a topic to explain properly. But i find it great for blocking and service receive and slow spin up openers.