Over the past 10 years, I have only used Tortex .60, .73, and .88 with both acoustic and electric guitars. I decided to try some nylon picks with my Telecaster, so I bought a range of different Dunlop nylon models/gauges to test.
Of all that I tested, the Max Grip .73 and .88 have become my favorites. They have a really nice flex/feel, and they sound the best to my ears. On my Tele, they are warmer sounding than the bright Tortex tone I was used to.
Compared to the Dunlop Standard Nylon, the Max Grip has a slightly different sound, which I prefer. The Max Grip also feels just a tiny bit stiffer than the Standard Nylons of the same gauge, which I also prefer.
The raised grip area does its job, although I never really had a problem with dropping picks before. I think the raised lettering on the Standard Nylon performs a pretty similar role. So for me, the raised dots of the Max Grip is not really that important.
Just one complaint (in case you are reading this, Dunlop): The difference in colour between the .73 and .88 is very subtle. So it is hard to know which one you are picking up. And the numbers appear in a tiny font size, so it's not easy to read. Two improvements that could be made: increase the contrast between the two shades of grey, and increase the size of the numbers.
Overall, these are great picks. They have become my new go-to picks (in .73 and .88) with my Tele.