I've had two. I still have one, and keep it as an inexpensive bat to keep at work.
Weight for mine have been 70g and 75g.
The speed is not ridiculous, but it is quick near the table. It is no T-4.
The carbon and carbon "ping" is quite evident, in a way it isn't on the blades you quote. The top ply is pretty thin and hard, which adds to it. Soft rubbers definitely recommended.
Dwell time is pretty short, it is a hitters blade more than a loopers, IMO.
In my search for a lighter carbon blade I have decided on the Yinhe T-11 because
its really light
I still have some concerns about the balsa feel because I have never used a balsa core blade before but I read that its slow on touch shots and fast on big hits so it should be alright.
Can anyone compare it to a TBS or TB ALC?
Is it really slower on touch shots and faster on loops/drives?
T-11 is carbon and not arylate carbon - does it mean it will have more vibrations? I dont want vibrations.
What about size of the sweet spot - do carbon blades have smaller sweet spots than ALC blades?
I also see conflicting info on weight of this blade. So I hope I get mine pretty light..