I think just about everyone knows that aluminum is advertised as the better material, but how much
better is it? Aluminum is billed as having less flex and more strength. I can see this coming into play with spinning reels...with that long thin post from the body to the handle...and the rotor...lots of opportunity for flex. Now when it comes to baitcasters, I have fished with both frame materials and I can say I haven't noticed any flex...but on the contrary...all of the baitcasters I presently own have aluminum frames. I would say that aluminum should be the choice for large game, but for the average fishermen, you could save a few bucks by going with the composite frame.Thoughts?