The Pinhawks are far from "clunky" or "shovel" looking, they have a fairly thin topline and sole and very little offset. They are based off the Acer XP905 Pro model from about 10 years ago. Have you thought about the In1Zone heads? They have a slightly larger look at address, a much wider sole, and they feel great and are very forgiving. The Integra i-Win heads are also another larger/more-offset single length model to consider.
As for the Pinhawk Hybrids - I just tried the full hybrid set that I made as a demo set in my shop, and I was VERY impressed! I really liked the 4 & 5 hybrids, in fact I think I'm going to put a #4 into my Sterling set in place of the traditional length 3 & 4 Hybrids that I have right now. And I also really liked the higher lofted heads, they are stupid easy to hit. I'm a pretty hard swinger and therefore I was launching the ball WAY too high with anything over a #7 and lost distance with them as a result, but they'd be great for someone with a slower swing (I'd say <140yds with a 7-iron) or who has trouble getting the ball in the air. The PW hybrid also makes for a fantastic chipping club!