And BTW, is there a major difference between viscaria and zjk alc???
I've heard about that zjk is faster but I'm afraid of the lack of feeling
And I know my questions are irritating because it seems like I'm not knowledgeable at all, so sorry about that :/
But I'm going to buy a new set of racket(previous: donic true carbon+acuda p1 turbo fh and p1 BH) and Im not spending my own money, but my dad's doing it. So I wanna make sure I don't waste money, and let everyone down.
So with that being said, I'm sorry to bother all of ya
Questions are not irriating, and it seems to me you genuinely want to find a decent set up. No shame in that at all.
But asking for a good flexible blade is very simply too broad of a topic, and you will get a lot of recommendations without much meaningful insight. If you want an objective suggestion, please tell us about what you like and don't like about your Donic. Try to be as detailed as you can about the shortcomings of the Donic and what you would like in your new blade?
Try to decribe your preferences in the following areas:
-Low impact speed (pushing, blocking, flicking)
-High impact speed (smashing, full effort loops/drives)
-Do you want it to be overall faster or slower than the donic?
-Hardness (on low impact)
-Solidity/density (on high impact)
Feel (this part gets very subjective):
-On low impact shots, do you want springy and snappy feel or precise and linear?
-On high impact shots, do you want the blade to "envolope" the ball (ie Xiom describes it as "captive" feeling) or do you want to feel as if something is pushing hard against the ball (Xiom calls "repulsive").
-General feedback on impact (sharp or dull, crisp or marshmallowy?)
-Do you want to feel exactly where the ball contacts on off-center impact, or do you want a more uniform sensation even slightly miss-hit (ie large or small sweetspot)
Some areas have to be sacrificed for emphasis on others. Again, tell us which areas are most to least important to you.
So far I can gather that you prefer something moderately flexible (duh!), decent speed, but without sacrificing feeling. But feeling is subjective, and some people prefer the dull/dampened feel provided by carbon blades. Try to answer more detailed and you will get a much more suited suggestion.
Just a disclaimer, it took me more than a dozen blades to find out exactly what I want and after another 5-6 blades, I'm still "calibrating" the perfect set up. At the end of the day, something middle of the road is more than adequate until you know exactly what you want next (ie anything from the recommendations already, especially the Ma Lin Soft Carbon).