I'm in the same boat as some of you in that I play better with the weight of steel. And the flex profile is very important too, I think. Normal graphites are usually a soft tip, so they compare to maybe a Dynalite or XP95 or similar steel.
I play much better with stiff tip shafts like the DGSL. The regular DG is too heavy for me. I am always searching for graphite that weighs 90 +/- grams cut and has a stiff tip. The Wishon Red does, but it's also butt stiff, so I doubt that is a good match for the DG type profile. Another complication is that I am solidly in R flex territory. A tip stiff, heavy, R flex graphite is a unicorn. I have never tried the Recoils or SF's due to cost. If I was SURE they were the right shaft, I'd bite the bullet.
I just bought a Project X 4.5 graphite from GW to test. It is supposed to be tip stiff. It's not a heavy as I think I want, but maybe it's more about the flex profile than the weight. At $26, it is more reasonable.