As long as the shaft is right for you, the material used is immaterial.
There are graphite shafts which are heavier and stiffer than standard steel shafts. And steel shafts which are more flexible than off the rack graphite. Gone are the days where steel means stiff and graphite means soft.
I have 2 tourstage hybrids, 25deg and 28deg in nspro 850 R, and they are pretty easy to use. They match very nicely with the shimada light steel shafts on my irons (my spare set).
My current iron set has steelfibre i95S shafts, and the cobra 25 deg hybrid with a nspro 950R matches up nicely with them.
Keep an open mind and experiment, that is probably the only real way to find what is right for you.
What's in the Bag
Driver: Callway X-Hot 10.5 with Fubuki 50S (pulled from a TM Burner SuperFast)
Woods: 19 Deg Callaway X-hot Proj X Stock S Flex
Hybrid: 22 Deg TM SF i70R, Cobra Baffler 25 Deg NS950R
Irons 5-Pw: Titleist 704 CB NSP950 (Flex Unknown - think it is R)
Wedges: Perry Gear 52 Deg DG S300 and BFG 55 Deg KBS Hi-Rev, Tourstage 60 Deg
Putter: RIFE Antigua Island with Champ Large Grip