I have both. I have a 58 original and a 64 2.0. The 2.0 leading edge sits closer to the ground and its easier to open up or stand up on the toe for chipping. The sole of the original seems more suited for the bunker/heavy rough to me. I really like both clubs and have no problem playing either of them. The offset of the 2.0 is a non factor. If you like versatility around the green, you can’t go wrong with them. The look is not for everyone, not an issue for me. I also have the 58 and 64 S grind MD 4’s and they are also superb if you like traditional wedges.