I does not matter since our goal is to repeatedly meet the "sweet spot" AKA "Center of Percussion" of the club face. If/when done, ALL clubs feel great and work. It is when you miss this spot, you'll feel and experience the effects of that particular design.
You want to use the clubs "you" like the best. This is the more important psychological factor. You have to believe that the club in your hand, is the best you've hit, that will get the job done... not clubs a "sales person" wanted to sell you, or what is "new" and comes with a "sales pitch" of mumbo, jumbo technology terms or worse a "big discount". Now, if you happen to get a big discount on the clubs you really like, GREAT! I would say one thing about design that I know does not work (as well) with my method... that is "Offset Hosels". Offset Hosels are a compensation, to manipulate the club head and for a right hander, will make the ball want to go left. You'll fight the club head wanting to turnover. It does not mean you can't learn to control the club head, just that it is more difficult to do (I believe). I love(d) my old Ping Eye 2s, but as my method developed, I realized they were hurting me and went to Hogan Blades. I didn't hit them quit as far, but hit them where I wanted, and was more consistent with distance. I also knew that if the ball when left, it was because of "me" (flip or lack of turn), not the club. Again, personal preference... use what you believe in.
Move Less ... Get Good! DUPLESSISGOLF