In my travels on this site I’ve seen a ton of people recommend the 18 USAM, but the only real comments I see on the 18 OG is sparingly someone says ”these may have durability issues.” Is this a common theme among owners, or has it gone relatively unproven? They’re on sale everywhere right now for relatively cheap so I was thinking about trying one out. I’m a base hit, keep it in the park, and opposite field guy, so I don’t need some crazy endload or “hottest out of the wrapper evvaaarrr.” It seems like people felt the 2016 was great, but after that I’m not seeing much traffic. Also, does it seem to swing heavier than sticker? Thinking maybe I just need to step down the weight. Why I’m asking: I used to have a DeMarini One, it was a solid and I liked the way it swung. Currently have a wide variety of bats that I can’t seem to get comfortable with but a few people on the team love. 2018 Worth EST balanced 27 oz (I’m consistent but it doesn’t feel like I’m on the sweet spot, feels a bit odd to me) 2017 BB legit 27 oz (the main go to - but everyone else loves it too, may not make it another full season) 2017 Juggy 27 oz (can’t hit it solid to save my life. Definitely not broken in, but I just can’t get the barrel on the ball properly, also feels a bit heavy) 2016 psycho asa Supermax 26 oz (no pop, maybe it’s me, nobody else swings it) 2015 USSSA psycho Supermax 27 oz (less than 100 swings, not good for opposite field for me, but when you hit the sweet spot I love it, just can’t use it in my league) 2018 Bombardier 28 oz (good out of the wrapper, I can hit it well but I hate having to buy a separate warranty I don’t trust) I’m assuming the durability will be no worse than my 2017/2018 worth lines, but looking for some input on a bat I can trust will hopefully last a while. I’ve searched quite a bit, but haven’t really turned up what I was looking for, so I apologize in advance if this has been asked 4,000 times already.