At the moment, I have two different models of racquet in my bag. On the one hand is the TGK 238.1 - slightly heavier than the retail Head Prestige MP, but not indistinguishable from it. On the other is the Prince EXO3 Tour 16x18. The TGK shines in my hand against someone who hits a decent, but not too heavy ball. If I'm bossing play, the precision is outstanding. The problem comes when I face someone who hits the ball harder and heavier: if I'm hurried and use anything that's a less-than-full swing, there is no assistance whatsoever. It's almost as if the racquet thinks 'Well, if you're not going to bother trying, then neither am I'. That's where the EXO3 Tour comes in. A great scrambling racquet, and if I get to it, that ball is likely to be going back. Where it falls down though is when I'm trying to dominate: I can hit a better forehand with it than the TGK, but my 1-handed backhand fails to sing and I can't hit a flat first serve for toffee. What I'd like is the love child of these two. And that's the good love child that gives me the best of both, not the ugly mistake that hides in the attic. Serves: TGK Forehand: EXO3 Tour Backhand: TGK Volleys: EXO3 Tour General liveliness and assistance when defending: EXO3 Tour Any suggestions on what sits between these two?