Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Slides

I bought a box of these ball bearing full extension, soft close slides from www.Quikdrawers.com, and they also offer a self-close (not soft) for a little bit less money.
Does anyone have a lot of experience with these? They seem great but obviously the soft close closes slooooowly. The self-close does not slow down but closes a bit quicker.
Right now, my customers are choosing the soft close over the self-close about 1.5:1 Anyone having a different experience? I prefer not to use the undermounts due to the special cutting, boring and drilling...plus we want full extension and 100lb payload.
tia
hootie
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You are almost wasting your time to offer a non-soft close over a soft close slide. I would only offer the soft close, it will reflect your quality of work in a much better light than the non-soft self close and if in the grand scheme of things $3-$5 more per slide should not be a deal breaker. I just finished a kitchen "redo" and wasted my time explaining the 2 types to my customer. They did not care either way, so I quoted non-soft self close and gave them soft for the same price. The end result was a higher feel of quality. They customer was very pleased with the surprise.
I use KV brand, they have a life time warranty.
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