I can’t really say if it does or doesn’t. The fact is it’s the total mass and dimensional characteristics of the design that determine how stable and “solid” the design will be. Material has something to do with it as well, but no matter the material, the distribution of the weight and the dimension (which determines the cg location) is what determines how stable the club will be. Feel is difficult to determine because everyone feels things differently. That being said, the more stable the head is, the better positioned the cg is, generally I would say the better the feel will be, for most players. It’s difficult to tell from the looks how the mass is distributed. I know that sounds wrong, but looks can definitely be deceiving in iron design. I have measured many designs and have seen irons that on the surface appear to be one thing, but after measuring the dimensions and locating the cg, they are not what they appear (from a playability standpoint). I think all of the irons you listed are in our MPF list, so you can see the dimensions and how they rate with regards to playability. As far as feel, it does come down to the player and what they experience when they hit the shot, hopefully in a build that fits them and has the proper shaft, grip, length, lie, etc. for them. All of those things can have an affect on the overall feel of the club.