With the blade change suggestions, if I'm completely honest, they are all very very similar - If you want to decrease the speed, I would look for something slower.
You said you were waiting for the FZD ALC? If you are 100% going to get that, I imagine it'll be very very similar to the TB ALC.......
If that's the case (and your heart is set on the FZ ALC regardless), then changing rubbers would be your best bet.
A few things first.....
1. Do you have any video of you playing?
2. Do you have a budget (you've mentioned Dignics, so I'm guessing not!)
3. What do you want to change from your current set up? Are you pushing the ball long, hitting it off the table, popping the ball up too high?
Let me know, and I'll try and help.
Hey NDH, thanks for your concern!
Firstly, answering your questions.
1. Sadly i dont have at this moment any recent videos of me playing, but i may record them in the near future.
2. About the budget, for me to buy a new blade is not a problem. As my homeland is Brazil and I study abroad, it is possible for me to resell my blade for a good price in Brazil, as the things from table tennis here are a bit more expensive. In the question of the rubber, i have the budget right now to buy a rubber until 80 euros (price of dignics) . To sum up, as i can sell my tb alc, i can afford a blade around the same price, and furthermore, 80 euros to spend on rubbers.
3. In my current setup, the short game is really tough for me, specially receiving serves. Although i dont consider myself good at receiving serves, this combination of blade and rubbers makes it even harder for me, another aspect is that i have been hitting the ball of the table too often, attacks that with my previous setup (petr korbel, tenergy 64 fh and donic bluestorm z1 bh) i wouldnt miss, are now being missed even more. Moreover, my backhand and forehand flick are even more unstable right now (hitting off too much). Recently i have tested my friend's racket, an ovtcharov innerforce alc paired with two tenergys 64, and it was then when i noticed how much more feel and control the ovtcharov offered and how much feeling and control i was losing with my boll alc and tenergys. Pushing the ball now is not too hard for me, as i can decently adjust the angle of the racket, so i wouldnt consider that as problem.
Lastly, i would preferentially take a blade of 157x150mm, as i can reuse my tenergy 05. If i change one rubber, probably i will sell my tenergy 19 and stay with the 05, as it is in better conditions. My knowledge about table tennis equipments surround the butterfly brand, i dont know too much about other brands, so another suggestions are more well than accepted .