Pick your color and size . They make moss green, blue, red, orange...I like 40lb blue/grey for what I do. No breaks yet..and Ive found some deep trees It is stout stuff and bleeds very little. . I will say that things get a little hectic as you get down the spool. I seem to get some line twisting regardless of what I do..Im sure its me but figured Id pass it on.
Edit..I will say its a little thicker then other braids Ive used so you may need to downsize from your typical specs.
I've only fished it for a few hours so far and haven't even caught anything on it yet so I can't really provide a real good recommendation but I will say that it's thinner than any other braid I've found so far, it casts really well on both a spinning rod & baitcaster & is less noisy going through the guides than most of the other braid I've tried. The 10# line is the dia of 2# mono. For finesse fishing this spring, I'm going to try using the 10# without a flouro leader as well as a rod with flouro leader to see if it makes a difference. I'm hoping that since the line is sooo thin I can get away with not having to use a flouro leader.
Oh yeah, I've had the same experience with Fireline as mward, don't care for it.