I'm looking for an elbow friendly racquet to replace my Head Speed 300. I'm an intermediate level player (turned 50 this year) and developed elbow and shoulder problems using an Aeropro Drive. Moved to the Speed 300 (RA 60) and problems went away. My form is what it is and is not going to change much at this stage. I love the 300 for its softer feel, its maneuverability, and its accuracy, but I'm looking for a little more help from the racquet in the power department. I feel I get pushed around on the court. I was really disappointed to see the stiffness of the new Speeds jump up to 66. I hit with the black MP demo (not sure about tension as the racquet was already strung...but it seemed high) and I felt my elbow almost immediately. Then tried one again when they were in stock (strung with RPM at 48) and this was better, but it seemed to lack the accuracy of the 300 (it did have more stability and pop though). I've read about all there is to read about arm friendly racquets on this form and others and I know that heavier, head light, low flex racquets are what I should be looking for. Unfortunately, the vast majority of these are advanced players racquets and are either too heavy or too low powered for my game. Just wondering if there is something I'm missing in my search (like a mid 60 RA stick that is still arm friendly). I've heard good things about some Prince racquets, but they are without a distributor in Canada so I can't demo one. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks!