I used both T05 & H3 min. provincial & boosted, both used correctly produces the same spin, only change is the arc high or low. Of course I like it more the low arc.
Why do you like low arc better and why do you say this is an "of course" type of situation as though everyone would like low arc better?
High arc makes it easier to hit the other side of the table because the ball ARCS more so it arcs down onto the table. High arc also makes it easier to open against heavy backspin. Higher arc also allows you to get bigger angles on your shots because you can arc the ball to land closer to the net which allows you to go much wider on angled shots.
Low arc makes an attack more lethal if you hit the table. But it takes a higher level of technique. And it limits your placement to some extent: harder to get bigger angles, harder to get a bigger arc when you need one. A skilled player can still do these things. But.....what is the level of the player.
Depending on your game and your level either can help you win more points. Either can cause you to lose more points.
But neither is an "of course I like this one better."
And it would be more useful for you guys to try and understand how different equipment will effect your game rather than thinking there is a silver bullet that will fix your game and make you better. There is always a tradeoff with different equipment. A harder top ply is faster, more crisp and, in the hand of a player with very precise contact and excellent technique you can get massive spin and speed. For a player whose technique is at an average club player level, a harder top ply will make it harder to spin the ball. A softer top ply won't be as crisp but for a player whose technique is that of an average club player, the softer top ply will help him spin better. The expense will be a small loss of speed. But, at that level, developing the technique to spin better is what is more important.