I'm not buying it. The cleveland guys claim weight is saved from not having an adjustable hosel. All the companies claim every year they save weight and put it somewhere else so this is not a new argument. The question is whether the adjustable hosels are in fact heavier than regular hosels. Just by looking at them, they don't seem bigger or thicker but who knows. In any case, even if there was a weight savings, I can't see it being significant enough to result in losing the 10.7 yards that you quote. In my opinion adjustable drivers are not going anywhere - hard to justify removing the tech that we have - it's like going back and just having regular cell phones and not smartphones - who would buy a regular cell now? One more thing - it's a Cleveland driver - in the grand scheme of golf equipment, nobody really gives a shit about them anyways, so the message won't get very far, now if it was Taylormade touting non-adjustable hosels, this would be far different and very interesting.