Agree. I am just a big proponent of Chinese, tacky rubber on the forehand side. A natural forehand loop goes well with Chinese rubber. Backhand stroke is more compact and an ESN/Butterly rubber does work better. Plus two Chinese dense rubbers do add a lot of weight to the blade.Apparently the DHS sponsorship deal stipulates that at least one DHS rubber must be used (perhaps on FH). I'm not saying they would choose a different rubber, just that at present they don't have a choice as such.
Regarding BH rubbers, in the past T05 was used a lot on that wing by the CNT players.
I think someone on the forum talked about never trying the Chinese rubber on the forehand side because once you get used to it, you will never go back to ESN/Butterfly rubber. I am like, so what is wrong with that?
I have tried 5-ply wood and carbon blades in my years of playing and I have gone back to wood. I gave Viscaria and Acoustic carbon a shot. They are just "too hard" for me. I have recently found Tibhar Fortino performance to be a pretty good "slow" carbon for me so I am testing it out.