Summary: I have a set a Mizuno club and been looking for a new wedge. All I can say should have bought this long ago. Chipping with this wedge is amazing; the weight is set perfect for insuring the swing goes under the ball. I had no blading issues at all and the club has a very sold feel.
Conclusion: Sorry for the extremely late comment. I was fitted for and purchased these in 4 years ago in the Black Nickel. And I didn't even read this before I bought them. A 56 and 60, both bent down 1 degree less, I was told for me to get a better bounce. You are correct, they are sexy.
Conclusion: I just picked up two "like new" MP T-10 wedges (56-13, 60-8). I am so happy with them, especially the 60, easy to hit and the ball flight is very predictable. The fit and finish is outstanding as well. I picked both these up for $100 so I feel it was a great deal for what I got.
Summary: These are the best feeling, easiest to hit wedges I have ever played. The grooves on the MP-10's are no longer competition legal, but when not playing USGA tournament rules these bad boys are in my bag.
Conclusion: I am a new proud owner of three MP T-10 wedges (52-07, 56-10, 60-08). Let me first say I am very partial to Mizuno irons. I play the MP-52s and am so biased I will never purchase any irons that are not Mizuno. With that said, I decided to try the MP T-10 wedges.
Summary: I have been playing callaway wedges for 8 years, since Roger Cleveland redesigned them. I played Cleveland wedges before that. I always liked the smaller headed wedges. I truthfully never liked mizuno's wedge offerings. This all changed with the MP-T10.