The TaylorMade RAC wedges are derived from the old MB irons and they therefore have a classic blade look and feel, with a little more forgiveness thrown in.
The head is a good size unlike some top range wedges and there is a good range of lofts and bounces.
We tried the chrome, satin and black versions of RAC wedge and the feel from all of them is the same as they are all manufactured to the same hardness. Which one you choose is entirely up personal preference for looks and none of them should rust.
TaylorMade are up against the established Titleist Vokey and Cleveland models in this category and the RAC stands up well to these models, even though we feel it is not quite there.
One thing in its favour is that the faces are ground in a circular pattern to provide a good looking swirl pattern that also maintains the sharpness of the grooves on the face during manufacturing.