Long time ago -> Joola Golden Tango PS -> not feeling at all. Unpredictable with my technique and take off the bat after 5 hours of tial and error
Last year: Xiom Omega 7 China Guang and Stiga Dragon Grip -> Both typical (harder) ESN rubbers, but they were not generating more spin than the Tibhar MX-D, which I played at this time
Tibhar K3: also not my kind of rubber. Short game was perfect, but too much catapult and speed if played more actively. Spin was similar to MX-D.
One rubber which I play now (since end of last year) which is not mentioned in the list is Joola Rhyzen ZGR. Compared to the Dynaryz series, with a tamed down sponge, this is the perfect combination for me. The ZGR has a grippy (but not very tacky) surface and also nominal at 55° ESN hardness it feels more like 50°. Spin is great in loops and serves (which goes along with being a bit more challenging in receives and blocks) and I can now really push long with enough underspin to keep opponents from looping these ball with high speed.
Even smashes have now a higher consistency, so I can only recommend trying it.
The recently played Victas V>20 was even better than the ZGR in the amount of spin I could generate, but durability was an issue with the one I received (not sure if this is an exception), but I wasn't sure if I take the risk of buying another and than have to switch rubber during our now new upcoming season.
Currently there is a blue Hurricane 9 on the backhand side, which is playing very similar to the ZGR, but with a slightly low trajectory. I only have in on now for like 10 hours and hope that it does not change behavior as it is currently perfect as it is.