Cleveland frontline iso slant. I had several options, but I liked the feel and simplicity of this one.
Update: only three rounds in, but I love it. It took me less time than I thought it would to get used to the difference in speed control. In my head I started thinking about it like a pendulum (even though I don't swing that way) and focused on length of backswing and "letting the club do the work." Accuracy is just stupid good...it pretty much goes exactly where I intend it to go.
I've always been an above-average putter, but I'm still dropping multiple putts a round.
I presume that's a shaft you have familiarity with/have been fit in another driver?
How do you decide on loft when buying without hitting?
I had the same shaft last year until it was accidentally splintered on a day when I wasn't feeling particularly mellow.
I also usually end up in the 7.5 to 8 range on drivers... assume it's similar to the m5/sim/sim2, so worst case I can sell or readapt the shaft if I don't like it. I have the hulk 6.5tx in a taylormade tip too which is a great shaft. I'd rather go up loft in the sleeve too and make the head slightly more draw biased, not a fan of a driver that sits super open. Going down in loft sleeve will usually open the face.
Very few fitters have much gear that works for my SS, so I've done a lot of experimenting off ebay and from friends who swing hard too. Ventus is a nice shaft, reason a ton of guys are gaming it.