Not exactly but I have the 9' 4#. It's a fantastic rod, really light and feels great. It is also really accurate like a laserI'd a play with a few rods this morning before the weather came in. Two of which were Maxcatch, one a very good blank, the other TBC.
The first, a Maxcatch Skyhigh 9'#6. Light, responsive, feels really accurate, tight loops, a joy to cast. Medium fast, no wobble or sloppy feel, but not a poker, butt feels like it could tame a salmon in heavy water despite being so light. Looks well enough finished guide wise and handle (but it still has it's plastic), nice rod sock, but it has a gold reel seat FFS and the bottom alignment dot is out by perhaps 30 degrees. The threads on the reel seat also look too fine to be robust and the endcap doesn't quite look right/looks cheap. I wouldn't swap a Hardy Demon Sintrix for it, HOWEVER if I were blindfolded I'm not sure which I'd prefer to fish with and at a <1/3 of the price, WOW. Balanced well with a BK disc III, a larger arbor reel may feel too heavy on it.
I then tried a Maxcatch s-glass 8'#5, very interested in this as I want a 8'#5 glass rod and I'd previously fished for a day with a 8'6" #6 maxcatch and didn't quite get on with it. First impressions, this is way way lighter in both weight and feel that the #6 version. It's then that I realised that a 30++kph gusting wind isn't the day to test rods. Rod felt nice in the hand with a Hydros SL II, and could lay down some nice short range casts, but with the right to left cross wind the line was above me waiting for it to straighten, even with a haul to speed it up. I could allow for this but I don't suppose this config is going to be used in such conditions much. Realising how strong the wind was at that point makes the sky-high performance even more impressive (and indicates how fast it really is). I might get a throw with the glass rod again next week in better conditions.
BTW, the reel seat on this is equally ****, it's got a recess in the burlwood (or maybe even plastic) spacer, yet the grip end is really tight to get a reel foot in there, and as the recess is on the handle, the bottom collar doesn't have a recess. Might sound like easy alignment, but it sort of means you have to force the bottom collar up to the normal angle - I reckon it would scratch reel feet over time as tightened (if indeed it didn't fall out of the seat first).
Edit: Just to add, does anyone have experience of the Sky high 8'4" #3? Given how the #6 feels, i'd be interested in thoughts.