I drilled my HUSTLE PBR with my normal go to layout of 55 x 4.5 x 35. I left it at box surface of 3000grit Abralon.
The HUSTLE PBR is the typical Roto Grip "Big bang for less bucks" type release. The Hustle line is typically marketed as a low end piece for the slow ball speed or newer bowler. But there is a lot of value to an experienced player looking for something that still has some teeth to it but is a nice step down from the high and medium end balls.
I put my HUSTLE PBR up against my IQ TOUR NANO PEARL and IQ TOUR SOLID. The IQ's both revved up much earlier with the PEARL being very early and a whole zone or two left of the PBR, but the IQ TOUR SOLID was not too much more down lane than the PBR. In fact with a little more surface on the IQ TOUR SOLID to separate it from the PBR, having both is a very good idea for arsenal building. Put this one in your bag if you have some surface or pattern friction and your big guns are too much bowling ball for the house or lane pattern.