How many bought the adjustable driver but seldom if ever change the setting away from the standard setting ?
Or set with a setting and left it there forever ?
The fun parts was trying to find the "magic" setting on the driving range during the first week of owning the adjustable driver. I dare to say the majority of those whom I play golf with have the adjustable driver set on the standard setting and left it there. I don't know anyone change the setting of their adjustable driver back and forth after the first few months of ownership.
If someone bought an adjustable driver standard setting is 10° and capable of between 9° loft to 12° loft , then after trying it for months decided to set it on the 11° loft . Why wouldn't this golfer just purchase an 11° lofted driver instead of pay additional for the feature he does not need ? The extra money could be spent on upgrading the shaft of choice, in my opinion is a more important fitting option for better performance and feel with the drivers.
Irons and wedges strike the turf not like drivers hit the teed up golf ball. Even the forged or soft cast will deform somewhat after extended usage, I can't see a wedge holding the original design with adjustable design.
It'll be very interesting to see the durability of these adjustable wedges in the near future, BTW what's their warranty period ?