I currently have a Wilson Prostaff 4.0 with Hammer System that I bought about 5 years ago. Back then, I didn’t know much about tennis and just bought it because it was on sale. I played a few time with it and then gave up tennis for 5 years playing soccer. I recently started to play tennis again and I realized that this racquet is not for me. Too head heavy which makes it hard for me to time my swings. I guess the swing weight is too heavy. I often hit the frame instead of the sweetspot. And if I do hit it, the ball will either hit the net or be too long. I am looking to buy a new racquet. I’ve read that head heavy racquets are not really for beginner-intermediate level players (in general) anyways. The dilemma I have is which ones to choose. There are obviously a lot of choices but I want a racquet that can work for a beginner/intermediate player that I can grow with…..so that I don’t have to buy a new one next year. I was looking at the Prince TT Scream OS racquet, which I’ve read is for intermediate level players. But a local store also sells the older Head I Radical and LM Radical for a very cheap price. I understand that the Radicals are for more experienced players but can they work for me as well? Cuz I know it should last me a while if I pick the right one. But if I go out and get a cheapy $60 racquet, I may find it not working if I improve my game. Also, can someone tell me if there are any significant improvements from the iRadicals to the LM Radicals? The reviews seem to say that the improvements are worth to go with the LM. Any comments? Help me!