That's a lot of urethane balls Nord.
Hammer purple urethane 16 lb .30 Diff 2 peice might be a good candidate to replace my Artic Sniper that has a bad gash in it.
I have had very little success with reactive balls over the years.
They are just too twitchy and undependable and condition sensitive.
Some days they are amazing and most days suck.
I see everyone else around me using them and getting high scores and a lot of really sucky players with horrible technique averaging higher than me because they use reactive and get all these lucky strikes.
Last week we bowled against a team where one of the players had horrible technique and released the ball when he was still about 5 feet back of the foul line.
He twirls it like a bullet, total 90 degree axis. He just throws it pretty much between second and third arrow. His first game was a 141 then in game 2 he bowls a 277!
In game three only a 170. He missed every 10 pin he left because he does not know how to pick up right side spares, only left side because he still uses his strike ball and does not change his release and hooks every spare.
His average is actually 206! But no way in the world is he even close to being a 200 average bowler, no, no way.
It makes his terrible form into something that can score very high in enough instances that he gets super high games sometimes.
If I had simply given him a urethane ball he would be done, no longer a threat.
Do you see now why I don't like or trust reactive balls?
They really should be banned so players can get back to being shot makers and requiring skill to bowl.