I recently read an astounding report on super braid lines, and man, the research supports it. Here is a great article from MicroSkiff.com about the ins and out of super braid. Check out my “official opinion” after you read this. Super Braid Article!!! If you have used super braids for any amount of time. You know the three things that can happen. First, knots not secured carefully can slip. Second the mystery break off. Third line can become “fuzzy” after use, which allows water dirt and debris and makes the line un-sturdy and heavy. I decided to give this line a test run on my Diawa Advantage 2500. This is an artificial only rig. The reel is seated on a 7’6″ Falcon Coastal rod. With this rig I selected the Windtamer 8# green. The first issue I have had with some super braids is knot tying. I found the FINS line finish was perfect for the knot I like to tie my braid to leader. The second issue I have had is the mystery break off. i know now “why” that occurred based on the “Spectra vs. Dyneema” information in the article. Its been 3 weeks and 4 trips since I strung up the Diawa. Not a single break off. Which leads us to the third thing. Fre! This line looks like I just put it on. The color is the same as the remaining line on the spool I bought. I fished this hard on a couple of occasions. I found it long casting, smooth. It re-seats itself on the reel perfectly making wind knots almost impossible. With the flippy tip of the Falcon Coastal, I got a few line wraps on the lead eye when I used super lite lures. But not once on anything 1/8th oz. and up. So being a plug guy and a go to jigger, I was fine with that. The fact is this is just a better line with thought put into all aspects of the braid technology. Not just a catching name, this line will help you catch more fish.