Hello! Can someone organize the speed, spin and control of these three rubbers in order? I want a more controlled rubber, só which of them should be better?
Thank you!Faster and more spin usually correlates with less control in a classic viewpoint, but I agree that this is not just that straightforward.
It is maybe better to approach this with focusing on different qualities of given rubbers.
Based on your currently listed rubber, if you want something not completely different, I'd suggest choosing Nittaku Fastarc G-1. That rubber is much faster, but it still has a rather direct, linear, precise kind of handling - you will need to have faster wrist and arm, but that rubber is just doing what you expect from it, and it is very good at it.
If you need more arc to clear the net with that fast blade you have, but still need more speed, I would suggest Yasaka Rakza X (if you are confident about your skills, you can go for Victas Ventus Extra, which resembles to a cranked-up version of the Rakza X).
Unfortunately I don't know the Xiom Vega series, but based on revspin ratings, Vega Tour is not so durable - Vega X is more durable based on the scores, but not really dynamic - you will need to ask other people about these.
From a personal experience, I can say, that DHS Gold Arc 8 has rather poor durability (not because it is falling apart, but it has too much chemical treatment, which will diminish over a time, thus changing, how it feels during use) . It has a much softer topsheet than Gold Arc 5 (which is a really good rubber in terms of playability with constant characteristics in the long run), and it can shrink a lot just after 2 months on your blade. Also, it is just slight-to-somewhat faster than Gold Arc 5.
If you like to stay with your current sponge hardness, I would suggest taking a look on either Nittaku Fastarc C-1 or Victas Ventus Stiff - both have rather dense rubber topsheet, which means similarly good control as the Gold Arc 5.