Pureing the shafts you listed will not make them play any softer, or stiffer than they were intended. Pureing simply allows the installer to install the shaft in it’s purest, most consistent plane so it will perform as intended and a consistent manner.
As far as the TS1, I wouldn’t classify it by it’s blade profile. If you want to compare it to some blades on the market, like a Mizuno, or TaylorMade or Cobra, etc., the c-dimension of the TS1 is longer. The blade length is slightly longer. To me, it’s all about playability and the TS1 has a higher playability. Again, I would not classify it by a size. Most of the blade options from the companies I mentioned have what we consider shorter blade lengths. That being said, a model like our PTM I would say is a midsize blade profile, but that was by design. The TS1, in my opinion, is the optimum size for a “blade”, giving you the look of a blade without appearing larger, but with higher playability than most.