The TaylorMade R15 hybrid is a great looking club well-suited to better players.
TaylorMade has done a great job differentiating between their two 2015 product lines - R15 and AeroBurner. We recently reviewed the AeroBurner hybrid and found that it's a club designed for higher handicap players looking to simply hit their long clubs a longer way.
The look of the R15 hybrid tells you that it's for better players, and the performance backs up that look: it is not nearly as forgiving as the AeroBurner. This is a club meant for players who consistently find the center of the face. Good ball strikers are rewarded with a neutral center of gravity that makes the R15 far less hook-prone than most hybrids.
In my testing, I found that the stock shaft in the R15 performed really well, whereas I didn't get along with the AeroBurner's stock shaft. This led to the R15 having better numbers for me across the board - higher launch, slightly lower spin, better distance, and much better accuracy. I do want to emphasize, however, that the R15 head itself is not as forgiving as the AeroBurner, so it's important to test both to see which one performs better for you.