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One thing to keep in mind is that all Titleist golf balls are long and that the distance difference between all models is only 3 to 5 yards.
In terms of whether or not you are playing the best Titleist for your game, sounds you like you are on the right track with testing a few models. On course performance is the best place to determine which golf ball will help you shoot lower scores. At the end of the day, it comes down to the ball that helps you score your best and meets all of your performance criteria.
As for the swing speed question - ball fitting for a certain swing speed is definitely a myth. When you're out on a golf course you are playing a wide variety of golf shots during the round. Since a golf ball only reacts to the force being applied, different shots require different swing speeds in order to execute them properly. A golf ball must perform for all golfers of all swing speeds on all shots, otherwise it won't perform for any golfer.
Hope this helps clarify and keep us posted.
With regards to the Pro V1 vs. the Pro V1x, is really does not make a difference which one you pick. I personally play an x just because it is a little longer off the tee. Adam Scott plays a Pro V1 and he seems to do alright. Take care