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First off, for those who have held the CL...

 

How does it feel? ...

 

Smooth like the T? Cold like the T? Ever so slightly padded like the Q?

 

Do you feel the need for more grip / control?

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Yes, I think there is something in what you say.

 

Maybe you have the Force.

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