Nah, it's not advice at all, it's commentary and to some degree criticism. caveated by the fact that if you believe you are close to your peak level, then my criticism is meaningless It doesn't make much sense to sing the praises of a fast blade until eitherThanks for your advise. In the mean time I shall be working my arse off on improving my FH like how I previously did with my BH together with my coach. Video show & tell again to you and others in six weeks' time at my next little tourney.
1) one is able to consistently open up vs backspin with it or
2) one is largely satisfied with one's level of play, in which case the blade hardly matters, just have fun.
But developing the timing to play quality topspin is much harder with a fast blade. Don't take my word for it, here is a well regarded coach talking about it.
That said, I will give you six months to a year to make progress against backspin, it isn't a simple thing for many and it takes time to do with confidence, even with regular equipment. That said, some do it faster and you may be amongst that group. Just pointing out that praising a fast blade based on one's ability to do well mostly against topspin before you have built out a largely advanced game is a bit premature.