I had my hopes up when I got my Dunlop AeroGel 200 strung up with Blue Gear at 68/65, no lie, the racquet looks amazing with these strings, but the playability wasn't as good as I had hoped. Before people start saying stuff about the tension... I love my tensions high, although I love the pop you get from lower tensions, I just love it when my strings are strung up tight, and the tight 18x20 string bed just felt even better. The racquet is great but I don't suggest a full job of this stuff(BG) in the Dunlop AeroGel 200 18x20. Although the spin is very noticeable, especially on my kickers, the groundstroke game wasn't what I was looking for, and the pop that i normally get from stiff strings, like Cyberflash, wasn't there. These strings were definitely alive when playing, but sometimes the shots would just fly. I was hoping for a better outing with these, but I'm going to have a much better outing with them tomorrow as we get out of school early and I'm going to be getting like 7 hrs of playing time :]. Maybe it was b/c it's been a couple days since I've played, or the wind, or some other factor, but currently in my book, I'm not as happy with these strings as I had hoped.