What about symmetrical balls with no intermediate diff and the same coverstock?
if you took 2 ball with similar shells and surfaces (1 with a IntDiff of .014 and 1 with a .033) and you put the same layout on them they would reaction quite differently.
Agreed because the ball with the .033 int. diff has a stronger core. Are you saying that you could drill the .014 diff ball to match the .033 layout ball?
What I'm saying is you need to take all of the ball's characteristics into consideration before laying the ball out, I never said I would layout every ball the same. I am also saying that intdiff angle is not as big of an influence on ball motion as pin to pap distance and pin to val angle.
The stronger the IntDiff gets the wider the angle needs to get.By saying you stick the the formula on the angles is saying you use the same pin distance for all balls no matter what the diff is.
How do you figure that? Every drilling has it's time and place to be used. I never said use the same pin to pap distance for every ball.