I have one. It's labeled a MH, but it's more like a "light" MH. Flexible tip...I've never skipped with mine, but I'm sure it would do good with lighter stuff. I use mine for light T-Rigs, weightless Comidas & flukes, and smaller topwaters & spinnerbaits.
+1 on it being a little light. Not your standard "jig" rod... But when you are throwing finesse jigs in tight spots and other baits already mentioned, it does the job. It being a 6'10 gives it an advantage on underhand roll casts for skipping that is hard to do with a long rod unless you play in the NBA.
I will say I find myself using the Falcon 7'4 McClelland more before it went in the lake and the Amistad, but the length on those could have a negative effect on what you are looking to do and the Finesse jig rod might be the one for you. Good luck!