Don't let my city fool you into thinking I work for or am trying to kiss somebody's posterior over at TaylorMade... They're local to me (as are other companies) but, other than the friendly receptionist giving us a "friends and family" pass for my daughters, nothing has gone on between us.My daughter (and soon "daughters") plays JV golf and, in spite of really flimsy Top Flite clubs, she has an OK game considering she hasn't even played 8 months. I have noticed a BIG difference with the Aeroburner Pro balls. They come off of her club much smoother and seem to float rather than zig-zag. Her distances have improved too. Maybe it is better feedback when she makes contact or it just explodes rather than sitting like a log. Their flight seems smoother without the darting of wind shear and lift. The school uses Callaway balls but they should be talking to Taylormade. Especially for the JV kids (the Varsity plays LPGA and PGA courses in our beautiful San Diego-area league). I see a difference in confidence from the tee to the green.