Hey guys I'm out here looking for a new raquet and I've demoed a bunch and came down to two choices. It's either the blx pro tour or the blx 95 18x20. I play with the kblade tour at the moment, but I've had some really off putting days with it. I just can't get a good second serve with it, and my groundstrokes lack the topspin bite that my opponents have. Its true I can blast flat winners from the baseline but at my level of play there are ppl who are getting the ball back consistently (I'm a 4.5-5.0 right now), and going for flat shots aren't always giving me the best margin of error. I was playing with my father POG mid for a while, but the weird stablizing bar just doesn't offer me the same serving advantages that the kblade did. I could just bomb my first serves with the kblad but not with the POG. I figured it had something to do with changing from a closed string pattern to an extremly open one. Whatever the reason, I ended up breaking my POG mid (It cracked near the head) and now I'm back to playing with the kblade. What I need is a raquet that holds the 18x20 string pattern but offers me a lot more spin. The BLX pro tour does exactly that, however the BLX 95 18x20 also offers me a higher swingweight which is what I'm used to playing with. I've played with both really and I'm torn on which raquet to choose. Could anyone give me their few cents on these two raquets and how they compare? As for my game I'm an agressive all courter with a giant first serve, great volleys, great groundstrokes, and a one handed backhand. I've recently started playing tournaments (at the moment I'm still playing L2 but I figure I'll be in the L1 category by end of the summer) and I need a raquet that will go all the way for me. In short a raquet that I won't be dissatisfied with for a long - long time. The kids I hit with get tremendous spin and grind out points from the baseline, and sometimes to keep even with them I can't always play as agressively -- thus I need more spin. I also need the power which the KBlade offered very little of. Any suggestions guys?