How does the v-5 take a lot of hardware maintenance? It's mostly just breaking in and lubing, and mind you almost any lube seems to work fine on a v-5. Though I do agree the older black v-5s tend to get over loosened, changing to a white core fixes that. You can't say that just because someone is not good in hardware maintenance that he/she should not get a potentially better cube.
Who said that?How does the v-5 take a lot of hardware maintenance?
You suck at hardware maintanance → you can't make a V5 good → you're better off with a YJ (it's also significantly superior than V5 in terms of out-of-box performance, because of the more-refined molding quality)You can't say that just because someone is not good in hardware maintenance that he/she should not get a potentially better cube.
you are entitled to your opinion. but it really depends on the modder. My point here is that there is no solid proof whether one is "potentially" better than another.YJ doesn't suck, its just not as good as a nice V-cube.
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