Can’t knock it if you haven’t tried them.. just like you can’t dismiss a rolls if you haven’t driven one.
Miura irons have the best playability out of all the 30 sets I’ve had. If you’re a good ball striker, the turf interaction is second to none. I’m not comparing domestic brand either because they all can’t hold a candle light to the eastern companies.
Miura beats out fujimoto, epon, kyoei, mizuno, etc...
I play the km-008 and switched from a toulon odyssey. Scotty didn’t compare from a blade putter stand point.
Everything is subjective though, some may disagree. One thing is certain though, writing Miura or RR off as a status quo is a tell tale sign of someone who hasn’t the experience to make a proper judgement.
to answer OP- the Miura putters are made scarcely and not marketed to the west. To get one means that you won’t be able to test it out before shelling 1,600$ out.
it’s worth the price if it puts the ball in the cup...