Mention has been made on these boards of the hidden appeal of selected cheap, Wal-Mart-style frames sold from non-tennis big-box general retailers. The potential for customisation and the ability to use the frames as a cheap platform with which to achieve your ideal set-up are the benefits touted. I recently picked up from such a retailer the pre-strung HEAD "Radical Classic". It shares the same specs as the current Radical MP but in the familiar boxy mold as seen on earlier generations of the Radical. It does not feature the thinner aerodynamic mold as per the current Radical MP. I'm no expert on the lineage of the Radical and PT630's/280's but I'm sure HEAD simply raided the parts bin to whip up this frame as a retail Special Make Up (SMU). I think the "Classic" moniker was a conscious sales decision that this frame was intended to appeal to a wide retail audience. I've yet to fully play with the stick and will comment later, but at AUD$70 BNWT it was a no-brainer purchase. I also saw cheapies sharing the Extreme mold but those were 270-280gm frames. Unstrung 295gm/Bal 325mm/18x20/21mm/L4 swing rating/98sq.in. - as per usual, a compact headshape, similar in size to my TW POG Mid 93. The headguard is the same flimsy one as per recent Radicals. Have you seen this "Classic" in North America or EU markets? Or is it known by any number of other generic names? The gray frame below is another cheapie, the HEAD Ti Carbon 1000 (18x19). Might that be based on the PT630? The headguard is imprinted TK61.