I (boz) have had 2 butterfly timo boll tricarbon blades a couple of years ago. This is a very unique bat to get comfortable with. The main things to grapple with are: the tricarbon is heavy and hard. The next is that it is very fast.
There are various theories on matching equipment, but I have always found that you put hard rubbers on hard blades soft on soft light on light etc. Most importantly if you want spin then choose the spinniest rubber you can find - such as tenergy 05 or some Chinese rubber on the forehand. Don't choose the fast rubber because it is already fast enough and you won't be able to get it on the table. Now your backhand rubber should be a lighter rubber even though I said light on light. If you choose a heavy rubber the blade will quickly feel like you are holding a sledge hammer which is fun for about 10 minutes until your arm is killing you.
A light backhand rubber will be softer and around 40 grams.