puttnfool For the record, the aluminum weights are ~17g, the stainless are ~50g, and the tungsten are ~100g.
I have had a Triad II in da bag since they came out and can't see it going anywhere. I change weights in the spring and fall for changing green conditions. The Mentor Sports putters were nicely engineered and Chin had a nice website. Too bad they didn't make it. BTW, the weights are 1/2" O.D.. You can get various metal stock in that size if you want to fab up your own weights.
I don't understand trying to swingweight a putter. A SW value is a number relative to a fulcrum point 14" from the end of a shaft. How is that going to work with a 35" putter with a 350 gram head?