I can't seem to find ideal racquet for my playing style. My forehands and 1hbh are flat. I dont really hit with topspin. I use backhanded slices a lot and prefer to grind it out and wait for my opponent to make a mistake. I don't come to net very often but can when I need to. I started with a Prince O3 White. I felt it was a little too muted, even with the hard grommet installed, and just a little too much power to my liking. I then moved to the K90 (yes i'll admit i thought i could play like Fed). It was much too heavy for me and could not get used to the weight, and my stroke at that point in time was not good enough to handle that racquet. I then moved to the nBlade MP. It helped my game a lot, the weight was perfect for me. Although not physically demanding as the K90, it did force me to improve my technique. I was able to sustain long rallies against my opponents and wear them down. But the downside to me was the lack of pace on serve. I then moved to a Vantage 95 (same spec is vt002) which was probably closest to the holy grail for me. I could sustain long rallies, and the serve was possibly the best I have hit with. The only drawback to me was that I was consistently framing my backhand slices and when i went to net. I thought maybe If i got a Vantage 100 321106 it would help with the framing, give me a little room for error. Well it did... but my serve has lost a ton of pace. And my groundstrokes has become a little inconsistent. I didn't realize a 5 square inch increase and a 10 gram decrease would change the characteristics of a racquet so much. Please if anyone can suggest some racquets I could demo. I'm currently looking into the Rds-001 MP. Any other suggestions. Currently e-mailing Vantage to see if I can exchange for something else. But any suggestions on other racquets would be helpful. Thanks!