I've finally gotten the last piece of the trio - the Yonex ArcSaber 10 Peter Gade!
Had about 4 games with it a few days ago, and I must say the feeling is good. The racket delivers on most accounts and even surprised me by having that little bit of magic when the situation called for it.
The ArcSaber is Yonex's even-balanced range of rackets, with the ability to "store power for the shot", which probably means the weight transfer happens to be more gradual given the lower balance point. Anyway, putting marketing jargon aside, the AS10PG seems to do that better than its counterpart, the ArcSaber Z-Slash.
Control was sharp, with shots coming off the string bed pretty easily and wonderfully accurate. While the smashes felt les spowerful than the Z-Slash, the ArcSaber 10 delivered the speed needed to cause some trouble in the opposing camp.
What really caught me off was the speed of the drives. Being caught at the back-right a couple of times, I performed a straight drive-clear to the back to the opponent's court and found the response from the ArcSaber to be very powerful and fast.
Will attempt to have more games with the racket, but in the mean time, it looks really great on my wall.