I have an MD3 forged at 54º, a MD-PM at 58º, and a MD-PM 60º bent to 62º.
These are great wedges, which offer a lot of stopping power around the greens and beyond. Using a Chrome Soft X, I can get the ball to hop and stop, or even spin back if I am taking a full swing. I practice my short game incessantly.
The 62º is fantastic around the greens and out of greenside bunkers, especially when you have little green to work with. I practice a lot with this club, hitting shots out of extremely thick rough and sitting all the way down, to very tight lies, and everything in between.
What I found with a ball buried in very thick rough is that I have to swing much "harder" than I would from a fairway type lie. It took a while to trust that that kind of swing wouldn't see the ball sailing way past the hole. I will lightly step on the ball to get it really down deep with a lot of grass between the club and the ball.
In addition, I practice flop shots with the 62º. This can come in very handy if I find myself with no green to work with. It goes very high and lands soft. If it is coming out of the deep rough it will roll a bit, but if from a tighter lie it will hop and stop.
Anyway, I think Callaway makes great wedges, and the best that I have tried.
I roll with the same set up except the bent 60*. I wonder how far a 58* PM can be bent before all the bounce is gone ? That is a great idea....gonna look in to that. @PC98 hooked me up with a PM 58* but I love my regular 58*. If I bent the PM I could just hide my 4 iron from myself !!
I'm a lefty and have PM grind 54, 60 & 64. Love these wedges. Since getting them have holed out with all and several times with the 60 out of bunker. Love being able to get a ton of bite at short range by putting ball back in my stance and using sharp swing with low follow-through. The ball will hesitate when hitting the green, then roll out just a few feet. You'll need to practice that some to get the right feel. Almost always get comments from playing partners about the amount of bite.