Get whatever you want. But I think the Yue Xiao is good enough. You should probably spend your money on a Moyu adjustment tool and some lube. The balanced lube kit is a good choice.
Also watch Crazy Bad Cuber's tutorials on how to lube a zhanchi. It works the same way for the Yue Xiao.
I recently got my first premium cube, a cubicle Weilong GTS2. It was the best setup cube I have ever felt.
When I setup my new MF3RS2 using the Moyu setup tool and the cubicle lube kit, I first thought, it felt even better. So smooth and quiet. It turned out, that the premium cube was still...
It depends on how you inspect the cube. I can find made f2l pairs within 1 or 2 seconds. Then I can try to preserve them or to integrate them into my cross to form an xcross.
Also edges that are just one move from being solved are easy to spot and usually lead to an easy cross solution.
So I finally got my Yue Xiao dual adjustment kit three weeks ago.
By the way: Shipping was way faster than I had expected.
The cube turned out great. I lubed it with the old balanced lube kit. Now I don't know if it is because of the new internals or the lube, but the cube turns incredibly...
If so, could you make a tutorial on how to do this to our cubes on our own? I'm really interested, but I have no idea what magnets to use and how to put them into the cube. Do you just replace the springs with ring shaped neodymium magnets? Do you glue the magnets to the center piece and the screw?
Your way is essentially 2look PLL. Your first algorithm is an A-perm and you use it to permute the corners. It only works, if you have an adjacent swap. You recognize that by seeing only one pair of headlights.
If you don't have headlights, you just do the A-perm which gives you headlights. You...