Just wanted to state that i'm a convert when it comes to super bands.
Hated them after the first 10 games. But, as with post-production clearcoated play fields (which usually play like crap the first 100-200 games) you have to play them for while to let them to unfold their beauty.
Any new rubber band has overly much grip when just installed, only when dirt builds up they start to play "normal".
People using red standard bands and complaining about super bands not playing "normal" or "as intended by the designer of the pin" are starting to annoy me: Look at the flyer of your pins, most of them come with black rubbers originally and the red ones that i see on most pins are MILES away from black ones when it comes to bounce. Super bands are really close to original black ones in this category.
They also hold up extremely well. Had the problem that normal rubbers start chipping at the front tip after 20-40 games in my Monster Bash. Installed purple super bands many months ago and after endless plays they still look like new! Dirty? Just wipe them off and they look factory fresh - try that with conventional rings.
The only thing i don't like is some of the colors, the cheap plastic candy look of the red ones turns me off heavily.
Black and especially purple look beautiful, though.
My best tip is to leave them in a pin for a month, then switch back to normal bands and you will immediately ask yourself how you could ever not love super bands. Done this exercise with many fellow pinheads and even though many didn't like them at first, not one of them is using conventional rubbers any more today.