No, you are not wrong. From EJ'ing for a couple of years, I started realize blade also matters. So on wood blade, I like 47.5 degree or harder ESN on the backhand side. On carbon blades, I like soft soft ESN.I couldn't Pinpoint exactly what the reason was, but when you just hold the racket closed, it would make a high vowel? sound and fall straight down, if that makes sense. I didn't really experience this with other blades. I can do these type of shots with my old blade and people kind of hate it because they give a lot of energy into the ball and I take it all out and give them an empty slow ball back.
The c1 requires you to be all time focused and give the right amount of forward motion with your wrist. Works better if you spin the ball if that makes sense. With Rakza I could also do controlled straight shots without having to spin it.
Maybe I am talking some bullshiet here but that's how I got my impression from those 2 rubbers, correct me if it's wrong.
And every time I play with different ESN rubber, I can tell there are slight differences. I can adjust in practice. In a way they are all the same. But once I play matches, I truly find out what rubber I like the most.
So trust yourself. If your style and body physique fit certain blade and rubber well, then go for it. Equipment really is that personal. That's why I would render my opinion but people should just try via borrowing from their clubmates and then decide. Reading online forum may or may not help with your choices.