It's definitely lighter. I currently have a Nemesis 2 and the Nemesis Lyte and Eclipse. I play post-collegiate and help coach youth goalies and have used the Eclipse for about the last ten years before switching to the Nemesis 2 last year. The Nemesis 2 felt like a big step up from there but I felt like some weight could be shed. I picked up a Lyte for some youth players to try and ended up using it myself in an alumni game. It felt much lighter and more responsive than the Nemesis 2 with much better feel for the ball although it is also much more flexible and I wouldn't expect it to stand up to the abuse it would receive at the college or club level, but for the price on Sportstop I can get two of these to one Nemesis 2. Easy to string.Pros:
Weight, feel of the ball, and ease of stringing.Cons:
Strength and durability.