I've been playing Bauer sticks forever and decided to try a switch when a pre-order RS was offered to me.
In golf terms, I started pulling passes, wrist shots, and slap shots which to me means this stick has better torsional stiffness. It took a while to adapt to this difference.
I picked up a little on my wrist shots in general, not sure about slap shots, but the biggest performance difference is how much more speed I can get on a quick-release snap shot.
Since my first one was from the first production run, I'm not sure if my comments on durability will be valid long term, but I'll speak anyway. I have tested and had S19's crack around the heel/hosel. The RS doesn't seem to do that. The shaft is light and from my perspective, the trade-off is durabilty. In the NHL and in my case, it looks like they tend to break prematurely, and almost randomly, in the mid-shaft area.
I now have sticks from a later production run and so far, so good...
The player in me says buy this for a competitive advantage, but if durability and long term cost matters more to you, choose the TotalOne.