The most noticeable difference on the Damiki MTS Spinnerbait is the swept underside head design they call the M-Hull. This shape is said to help keel the spinnerbait so that it stays upright as it contacts and comes over objects. That’s an important trait in spinnerbaits fished around cover, because when a spinnerbait lays over on its side as its pulled over cover is when the hook catches and you get hung. I pulled this one spinnerbait through dozens of brush piles and laydowns and have only had it hang one time on me and I think that was because it slid down some fishing line wrapped in a tree and got jammed. But I was able to knock it loose and ended up catching almost 19 pounds on my first outing with the single bait.