I finally put Power Pro line on two of my catfish rigs. I had tried it on my bream and white perch rods a wile back and it worked well, so I spun up two lightweight rigs to try out drifting. The first thing I like is the lack of stretch for hook-ups while drifting. The rods I rigged were the ones that stayed closest to the boat, but I can see it really working well far behind the boat. The other thing I like is that it casts really well. The smaller diameter really flys off the reel. I can see this coming in handy when anchored. The one downside I see is that it tangles really easy in the smaller diameters. 15-20 pound line is like sewing thread!! The knots are a lot harder than mono to untangle, and you are almost always cutting and retying. The cost of braid is a lot higher, but that is offset by the fact that is appears to last longer than mono, thus you do not have to respool as often. My conclusion is this; the line is fine for anchoring and casting, but it is not a good choice for drifting.