A good friend of mine, who plays about a 5 cap, plays the Bridgestone E6. This surprised me, so I asked him why he plays a low-spin distance ball.
I guess he doesn't have any problem getting them to stop on a dime when he lands them on the green. Truth is, I really didn't either. They roll a little farther than I like, which is why I use the E5. They do a one-hop stop for me, which is what I prefer. I guess he's able to get the one-hop stop with the E6, and they last longer.
But what he likes best about them is that he can hit them farther than any other ball. I mentioned to him that the E5 is basically the same ball with a softer cover to allow one's grooves to dig in and make some spin, and his response was "yeah, but then I have trouble with my shots rolling off the front of the green".
To each his own, I guess. I just found it odd that a player who utilizes spin as such an integral part of his game would use a low-spin ball. However, I also thought I'd mention that his 15 year old daughter, who is a scratch golfer, uses a ProV. She can control them better, and she likes to get about 3-5 feet of backroll because it gives the ball a chance to go in the hole.