At first glance, the Arashi Silent Square seems no different from any other square-billed crank on the market. The distinction, however, lies in the techie details. The line-tie eye is free-moving, which the manufacturer claims allows the bait to tune itself. I can attest to that, having watched it track true in a current, in still water, and even after deflecting off cover. The lip is made from the same material as a computer circuit board, making it strong and durable, but thin and light. The rotated hook hangers, which are positioned perpendicular to the body instead of parallel, keep the hooks closer to the body to hinder hangups, and were a favorite feature.