I've been doing this for years. Broke my wrist, hand and pinky finger years ago and using the downward angle of attack of an iron sent shock waves through my right hand. First set I made were the 948c fairway woods. These were great for me as I had to learn to "sweep" the ball in order to play with any consistency. Made some of the old GolfSmith XPC3 fairway woods down to a #13 @32* and these were also great. Bang golf has the SF line of heads that go to the wedge, more expensive than the two you mention and they are not low profile, but were/are very good. My current bag contains Driver, 5,7,9 wood and 5,6 Taylormade Burner High Launch Hybrid and 7,8,9 Integra IDrive hybrids that use .370 shaft. I also have the Cleveland Smart Sole Chipper and the OMG PW and SW and a Ping Eye2 7 Iron for getting out of thick rough; and, of course, a putter. All now have the geezer flex shafts which also helps. Works for me.