Not yet. Going to schedule some time in a couple of weeks on the trackman trying out some different combinations and see whether it is worth upgrading. Once we get the actual swing under control, my main concern is that my current driver head is close to 10 years old so I feel like a) I might be missing out on some technical advances/design features that are more suited to my swing but it could be that the manufacturers are all full of bullshirt and there is not really much to be gained from technical improvement in clubs.
Kind of frustrating that I have been trying to get a new driver for close to 12 months now and people keep saying "let's just change the set up of your current driver first" or "let's fix your swing so you are getting more consistent contact before we get a new driver" or "let's check to make sure that a new driver will give you improvement before you spend that money". I wouldn't get this sort of treatment at Drummonds!
New drivers are expensive. Some 'people' offer you good service and want to be as sure as reasonably possible that you wiil get worthwhile improvement for your outlay. Drummonds just want the turnover, now.