Maybe Hireko will be coming out with a new model to update the XV as the clearance flyer they emailed has them marking down the XS woods. I think I saw that they were considering eliminating one of the iron heads next cycle, that the tour blade, pro, standard, and XT models would be reduced to two or three, but I might be wrong or confused about that. And with the PowerPlay Juggernaut and the two thin face Dynacraft models -- it's a pretty full iine. DTG carries more models but many are open foundry clones -- they really only have the Inazone single length irons and the Patriot Revolt that are their own design in irons, and the Inazone and Felon woods. And I've been happy the last couple of years with my 2002 ti-face, ridiculously strong loft Bridgestone Access VP-02 irons, I can't see even trying any irons for at least another couple of years. It's been tough for the component companies -- the amount of used equipment out there is staggering -- even at the bare minimum of about $15-$20 an iron to make your own, you can find new old stock OEM for that price, so it makes it a much tougher sell. I've been buying shafts more to try in older drivers or to replace whatever might show up in an EBay bargain. But I haven't been buying many heads lately -- last ones were the EZ-PZ wedges from DTG last year.