I am probably a 3.5-4.0 player, currently playing with a Babolat PD+. I serve lefty but play righty and I swing pretty fast and hit with a decent amount of topspin. 2HBH also. At this point I play mostly doubles. I have 4 demo racquets from TW coming in tomorrow, woohoo! 1. Head LM Radical MP 2. Dunlop M-Fil 300 3. Wilson NSix-One 95 ( 16x18 ) 4. Yonex RDS 001 MP How would you guys rank these 4 racquets in terms of power, control, comfort, spin potential, maneuverability, serves, groundstrokes, and volleys? I feel that I haven't played with enough racquets to be a good judge of these characteristics and I'll probably end up picking the one that just feels right. I like playing with the PD+, but at times I feel discomfort playing with it. I also have some trouble when I rally against people who hit heavy groundstrokes and I feel it's partially due to the light weight of the PD+. I have some lead on it but I'm curious how these more control oriented racquets compare as I have never played with a control racquet before. Which one do you guys think I'll like best? I'll post my thoughts sometime next week after I spend a few days hitting with them. Can't wait!