Craig Smolin wrote:They had a bunch of bottom stamped Wizards in various plastics (SSS to S, Organic, etc). And of course, the SS felt like softs, and the softs felt like mediums, and the organics felt like the softs I bought two months ago.
I'm going to go ahead and play devil's advocate. Could the SS feel like SS's, softs feel like softs, the mediums feel like mediums, and the Organics feel like softs? The firmness you percieve may not be the firmness the manufacturer percives? We all know how cooling effects discs (I hope). So who are YOU to say what the manufacturer meant the firmness of the discs to be. I believe the descriptions are right on and unless you are looking for a totally firm putter you shouldn't have too much trouble finding a firmness that suits you.
Essentially, if you like "soft" wizards get a SS. But if you like a firmer putter than what Gateway marks an SS, get a soft.
This shouldn't be difficult. All Wizards that didn't feel right in my hand at the store stayed there. Be happy you have such a variety locally. Locally I can get any pro D Avenger SS I want from 165 to 170...