I play both the Apex A and S wedges; I bought a used set 3-SW.
The A wedge is a no-brainer to me, its an 11 iron and given the distances the Apex get, I would recommend anyone to play 5-AW rather than 4-PW.
The sand wedge is very nice as well. It's point and shoot. It's also easy to open the face and still get under the ball for high soft shots.
Perhaps not "exactly" matching the original question as I sold my Apex irons, but I'm playing XRs and going with 6-PW, with a 56/60* MD3 (both PM grind.) I generally use the AW and PW for full shots or take a hair off to hit my number. The MD3 for shots closer to the green.
I have the set 5i and SW but I have experienced better luck with my hybrids in lue of longer irons... for a few years there I would hesitate even hitting my fairway as I struggled with those.