I've never found a hybrid I was comfortable putting in the bag as my gamer. I know all the blah blah blah about why we need them and how they need to be positioned and hit, but it just never really worked with me. One thing that always jumped out at me is how much longer is the shaft in a 3h than in the 3i it supposedly is replacing (4i, 5i, 2i, whatever). And the damn things are always graphite, by default. I have a several-year-old Adams 3h sitting around, and I had a KBS steel shaft put in it at a length in keeping with the standard progression of my irons, so it is .5" longer than the shaft in my 4i, rather than the inch and often more that is "standard" in a 3h. To me, it looks better (the steel) and more importantly it is easier for me to play it like an iron, which is how a hybrid should be hit. Even if it is only psychological, it's working. I probably hit it farther than I would the 3i, owning to the launch conditions of the head, but I don't mind. The traj is great yet I can still get it to settle. A few times I've asked OEMs why they do that, why they put such a different shaft (and length) in a hybrid than the iron it is supposedly replacing, and I don't know that I've yet received a reply that really makes sense. Maybe I'm just dense.