I'm not sure I am fully on the bandwagon when it comes to the Trinity magnets versus the Ti magnets. If the Ti magnets were the "best" then why doesnt Trinity use them? I know someone will post: Because there more expensive. Well, to be honest I don't buy that either. It seems Trinity wants to totally dominate everything they make, I dont think that they would want anyone of there customers thinking there stuff was subpar, when its not, compaired to the competition.
All I'm saying is that I'm not a Scientist, or mathmatician, and the type of magnets used in each design is probably better suited toward that certain designed can. I've never had a problem with Reedy, or Trinity products come to think of it. Besides I usually run 2-3 arms in a can and toss it probably before I'd notice any Ill effects when it comes to the magnets.