I haven't used any of the newer braided lines that have become popular in recent years. When I was younger, back in the 1960's or 1970's, however, there was a braided dacron that was popular I used on baitcasting reels. I'm old school and it never seemed natural to use braided on spinning reels, so I haven't tried any of this Power Pro, Sufix, or Spiderwire. And another thing is I fish quite a bit around rip rap and rocks, and have understood braid is bad to fray, even if you use a mono or flourocarbon leader. Some love braid, some hate it. I even had a friend said he'd rather be fishing with dental floss. However, I've seen some folks who can really cast better with the braid than the monofilament. Question: Just because a braid has much lower diameter than mono, is it going to cast as well? For example, Offshore Angler has some braid in bulk, 20 lb test is equivalent diameter as 6 lb. test mono. Does that mean the 20 lb braid will cast as well as the 6 lb. mono?