First of all I would like to thank drillwizard (David Schoen) for laying out and drilling this ball.
Ball Specs; 15 lb. 4 oz, Pin 2-3, TW 3.6
Pin under ring, CG stacked directly underneath with X hole. This drilling promotes a strong backend, but with pin under you won't get too much length and squirt through the breakpoint.
Style; Medium Rev Rate, Semi Spinner, 15/16 mph, PAP 4">, 1/16 Down
Surface was OOB
Synthetic Lanes, 36 ft. buffed to 44 ft. , Medium oil in middle tapers out to gutters light/almost dry.
Have used this ball twice now in subbing on a league, and WOW !!!! Ball is much stronger then what Lane 1 has advertised.
Does not have a flip for me but a very HARD STRONG arc.
In subbing the 2 weeks I have yet to leave a ten pin, most of the time (unless operator error) hardly any pins are left on the deck, pins are kept low and the hit and carry are unbelievable, Light, Heavy or Brooklyn hit !!! This was using the outside shot.
Very foregiving ball, go too far outside and the ball seems to make it back to the pocket, pull the ball and it just sits and then that hard move to the pocket !!!
Also tried on lanes the next morning after two leagues, lanes were dryer with a little spotty backends; used more speed, moved left (right handed), and the shot was still there. Tried the deeper inside shot, and with slowing the ball speed and my feet carry was OK but not as pronounced with the outside shot, did leave a couple of ten pins with this shot.
Over all I think this ball will be great for Medium to dryer lanes, or a typical house shot (THS).
Enjoy the people on the ballreview.com forum. Like to help when I can.