Here's a picture of the new Talon Pro Grips. As far as their aggressiveness is concerned, they're obviously more aggressive than the rubberized and less aggressive than the granulate options they've had since the beginning, but I would also say they are less aggressive than an M&P M2.0 grip texture. So they're closer to the rubberized end of the spectrum, but they are still an improvement. Is it worth the extra money ($25). For me, yes, because my hands don't stick to the rubberized very well. For example, a Glock Gen4 or Gen5 texturing is more grippy in my hands than Talon rubberized grips. But these are more grippy than the Glock Gen4/5 texture, but less so than the M&P M2.0 (like I mentioned). If you look closely they also seemed to have some funky colors mixed in but you don't really notice it unless you're looking for it (it's actually pretty cool). Overall I would say it is an aesthetic improvement as well over both the rubber & granulate varieties. It looks more aggressive than the rubber and it's darker than the granulate which is more grey.