The warrior Revo Pro 2.0 is a fantastic head. I am a transition pole and LSM, and this works very well for me. The face shape is pinched, so, if strung correctly, can achieve fantastic hold. That being said, the flare makes it a breeze to catch errant passes, and knock down my opponents. The stiffness is good, and once they brake in they can be used for face-offs. The scoop and top portion of the head is very stiff, allowing for punishing poke checks. The plastic used in the head is not very rubbery, so if you throw a particularly strong check the head does take a little bit of time to return back to its normal state. I recently bought two more of these after I found one for free and loved it immediately. They get a little to flexible in really hot weather, but so does essentially every other head.Pros:
The stiffness, face shape, and durability are great and are perfect for me. at only 35 bucks who wouldn't buy this! This head is perfect for LSM's, transition poles, and especially defensive minded mid-fielders.Cons:
The bottom rail is very awkward for stringing. It leads to really over-defined channels, and pockets that are baggy. The aggressive offset does counter some of the problems though. The face shape can be a little annoying because it is a very wide NFHS head. If the bottom of the throat was like 3/16 of an inch wider I could use this head for the rest of my life. The flare also causes some durability issues, but none that are really negative. All that has really happened is the face shape has gotten more pinched, so no problem.