At first received sceptically due to their emaciated look the take up of 10mm dyneema has been incredible.
In only a few short years it is now the market leader, something which was not anticipated at the time of its release. What this seems to show is that climbers are willing to embrace new technology which is seen to give an instant and understandable advantage, and that dropping weight is the area which everyone understands. Simply if your rack is lighter, and your gear is the same strength, it should be easier to climb better.
So weighing in at only 16gms a metre but still with 22kn 3 Sigma rated breaking strain it's obvious we're looking at the lightweight champion.