Should I give the R41 a try? I could buy just a head and I have Edwin Jagger handles to try it on. It's one of the common modern razors I have not tried. I still have not found alot of new production razors that have knocked out any of the vintage stuff I have. Tried the Rex Ambassador, sent it back. Here is a list of all the stuff I currently have: Razor Gillette New Premium Short Comb Gillette Cased Gold Aristocrat 1946 Gillette Fat Handle Tech Gillette Super Speed Red Tip Gillette 195 "Fatboy" Gillette Slim Adjustable Merkur Chrome Slant Merkur Bakelite Reissue Gillette Super Adjustable 84 Schick Adjustable M3 Gillette Rocket HD British Phoenix Ascension Red Flare Tip Gillette Heritage Edition Schick G3 Schick J1 Lady Gillette Blue Lady Gillette Champagne, Cased Gillette Heritage Edition Gillette 195 "Fatboy" Gillette New Standard, Cased Gillette Red and Black Deluxe Long Comb, Cased Gillette Super Adjustable 84 Edwin Jagger DE89 Eversharp Schick G4 66 Merkur Gold Slant Schick I2 , Cased Shick G2, Cased GEM Pushbutton, Black and Gold Schick DE Krona, Cased Schick Dial Adjustable M3, NOS Closet Gillette President, Uncased in velvet bag, closet Gillette Richwood Gillette Flare Tip Superspeed Cased Gillette Milord, Cased Gem Micromatic Bullet Tip Gem 1924 Shovelhead Gem Micromatic Clog Pruf Gem Jr Gold Gem Jr Nickel Replate Gillette Fat Handle Tech in Box Gillettte British No. 58 Cased Gillette British Aristocrat #66, Cased Gillette Heritage Edition Gillette No 88 Star DE Original Box and Blades Gillette New Bostonian Gillette Old Type Anything in there that says "don't bother"? Is it's aggressiveness over-played? Do I just have a desire to spend more money, knowing that no matter what I am not going to find a razor that makes me throw away all the others, and scream "eureka, this the holy grail!!!"