I’m not a strong spinner at all, it’s definitely the worst aspect of my skating. On my CA blades I constantly end up too far forward and end up on my toepick. My spins make a horrible sound haha. That’s why I was hoping maybe the MK pro would be a little better. If you have to spin further forward that’s probably good for me since I apparently do that anyway.
Careful, the higher stantion on the MK Pro might throw you even farther forward. This is what I thought about myself also, but the precision required on the MK Pro I didn't realize until I had one.
So you are possibly correct, but my first question is, how is your free hip placement on your spins? Are you good at keeping it up, or do you have a tendency to fall to the inside when you fall out of spins? If you fall out on the inside often enough, the MK Pro will make things worse as your free hip needs to be higher and stable in order to stay on the MK Pro rocker. It's not just forward, but very bulbous. So if you drop your hip, you're going to fall off the rocker and there's no saving it.
The question is why are you on your toe? Is your free hip always high and forward? ( MK Pro might help) OR as is more likely with beginners, are you trying to spin with your foot pointed? If it's the latter you need to learn to spin on the ball of your foot and not try to point your toe when you enter a spin.