-Do you know how to bind the yoyo?
Yes, I have the basic bind under control and almost have the side-mounted (from trapeze) bind under control
-Do you have a yoyo that you own or played with that you have liked very much? Describe every detail. Eg. what kind of friction stickers you are using, cleaned bearing or not, and so on.
The best yoyo that felt right in my hands and in use that I have played with is the Duncan Pro Z. the Dimensions and exaggerated H Shape felt right. Not a bad yoyo for $10
Also; I also own a C3 Speedaholic and I would say I am not fond of this yoyo. The yoyo is good, but the feel of the organic shape doesn’t feel right in my hand. It is also almost too wide, almost. Also the weight distribution is not what I am looking for. Its not the most stable for learning tricks on.
-Do you have a preferred shape of the yoyo?
I think my preferred shape is the H-Shape yoyos, they seem to have more rim weight and are more stable.
-Do you have a preferred weight or weight distribution? Answer it saying similar to this or that yoyo.
Yes, for stability I like the most of the weight distributed to the rims
-Do you have a price range?
-Do you have a certain amount of yoyos narrowed down? List them.
Here is a handful that I am thinking of based on reviews and recommendations on this site.
I also like the Benchmark H but it is right at the tip of my price range so unless it blows away every other yoyo I listed, I would like to hear it.
-Do you prefer a certain brand?
-Are you looking for a yoyo that specializes a style? Like looping, off string, freehand, etc.
Nope, just one that is stable and long-spinning for learning tricks on
-Do you prefer a certain response syetem?
-Do you want hubsstacks or z stacks?
-What trick are you currently working on?
I am mastering the binds atm and working on getting the split bottom mount accurate and consistent.
-Do you want a yoyo to Thumb grind or arm grind good?
Not at this point, if the yoyo you suggest can, that’s great but don’t make it a priority.