If your contact is consistent then a blade is fine but in general you’ll get a lot more help with distance control and face alignment with a mallet.
You want Tour-caliber performance with a softer feel and a more piercing trajectory off the tee. Spherically-tiled dimple design for enhanced stability. Next gen 2.0 ZG Process Core for lower spin and faster ball speed. Thin casing layer for more spin control on full shots. Soft urethane elastomer cover for a soft feel and extra durability.
That’s the basic tradeoff although distance also enters into the discussion. What I suggest is to hit a selection of models on a launch monitor and note how your distance-gapping works with different categories of irons then check how your accuracy and consistency numbers stack up.