Conclusion: I have the draw version 4wood. This club is long and replaced my 5w and 3w. One of the best tips I received from a pro is that if you have trouble hitting a 3w you should consider ditching it and replacing it with a 4wood. That has helped me lower my handicap to single digits. I get 230-240 yrds out of this 4wood. Ping is the best in my opinion, and I may be replacing this club with a K15 5wood for my next upgrade.
Summary: There is alot to be said for the phrase "you get what you pay for" believe me the quality of the club makes all the difference on your second shot. It's a far more enjoyable game if your not scrambling from the get go. The ping G10 draw has lived up to the hype, I've got a new understanding for what makes this game so much fun, hitting with confidence instead of hoping to stay within sight of the fairway for the second shot.
Summary: It is hard at the beginning to get used to it as is draw is very accentuted compare to my Callaway MT3 After 5 games i hit the ball straigter and longer. I bought it due to is reputation and because i wanted to gain some yardage. Price was attractive.
Summary: This was a lucky find, to me. Ping is very protective of their retail/online prices. So, I couldn't find this model with this shaft anywhere new for less $250. It's a driver I'll use only on windy days, to keep the ball low. The loft is low, 9 degrees, and the shaft is also designed to give a low trajectory. I tend to have fairly high ball flight with most clubs. Even with a new grip and headcover, the total will be <$190.