My wife has been off the courts for a number of months recovering from tennis elbow...she plays once or twice a week when healthy, and though small (about 5'1", 110 lbs) can whack the ball with authority. Hits very solid, has an eastern one-handed slice bh, eastern FH w/pretty good topspin. Baseliner in singles, does play at the net in doubles, so needs a racquet that works from both locations. So I'm hoping to get her back on the courts this summer, and since our younger son has taken her racquet in the interim, she needs a new stick. Her racquet was: Prince Thunder OS (113) "longbody" (27.5). I think it's 9-10 oz. She can go higher on the weight (and I think should) and I'd also like to see her go lower on the stiffness. Rules of engagement: 1. Prefer something less than $100, so a generation back, most likely. She is frugal and proud of it! If someone feels there is an awesome choice in a racque over $100, sing out, but she'd prefer something less expensive. (To balance my racquet collecting habit?) 2. Not too heavy, but heavy enough, if you know what I mean. I'm thinking 10.5 oz or so, maybe up to 11 tops. 3. Works for baseline and net play...head size can come down from 113, but likley nothing smaller than 100. 4. Needs to provide moderate power, but she doesn't need a boomer stick. 5. More flexible (sub 70) than her old racquet. So...suggestions, please?