OK, the answer to this might be: it's so ridculous that it's not even worth wondering about, but:
As I understand caesin is a slower-acting form of protein than the standard whey kind (taking 4ish hours to be absorbed as opposed to 1ish).
I see that there are a couple different types: micellar caesin and calcium caesinate.
What's the difference between the two?
Now about good ol' whey, I understand that there are a couple different types, namely isolate and concentrate with isolate being "better." From what I understood, the difference is they are absorbed differently (that is, isolate relatively quickly (hourish) and concentrate takes a litte longer.
Then again, I've read that concentrate is mostly useless as its bioavailability is rather low and therefore practically useless.
But, I note that Grow! uses only concentrate, while Metabolic Drive has both isolate and concentrate.
Given that Metabolic Drive also has micellar caesin, does this make Metabolic Drive a better product than Grow!?
Is my understanding of these different types of proteins more or less correct?