OK, I am a tinkerer, I get that. Read somewhere that placing both weights in the front track, ala R15, increases sweet spot size so, both weights forward and spread and a 3rd weight added to rear to balance all out. This makes for a heavy head so, awaiting a pair of 5 gram weights to arrive which will be placed spread in front track and 9 gram moved to rear track far back. This config should get the club close to the weight of my old Burner Superfast 2 (276 Gr.) which was VERY long if hit on the screws but lacked consistency that perimeter weighting should help achieve The reduction in weights from the 9, 10 & 13 aboard now which weighs 333 grams total to 5, 5 & 9 will reduce overall weight by 13 grams to 320, slightly below the standard weight of 323. Go ahead, call me crazy but: increased forgiveness, newest technologies etc., theoretically, SHOULD work but, we shall see, maybe? Just trying to build a better mousetrap!
So, I spend an hour adding, removing, weighing and taking pictures of all this and, after attempting to download the pix, I get an error message saying I can't use jpegs - WTH? What's a Jgif? I deserve that M3, right? LOL
M1 driver, 10.5*, R graphite shaft, I have 3 weights aboard: 2 x 7 grams split on front track and a 12 gram in rear all the way back. After much experimentation, this seems to work for me as I hit all fairways today to length I had never had before! Halleluyah.