I've been demo-ing a Head FP Radical for a couple of days and I'm not really used to the "rectangular" shaped grip quite yet. In fact, since I use a semi-western forehand, I'm getting some significant pressure point pain right at the base of my index finger. That's right where the "wide" part of the handle meets the corner chamfer edge. That edge is putting pressure directly on my finger joint. Anyways, has anyone actually tried to "round out" that edge, to make it more similar to the "traditional" style handle shape? I was thinking of going with a slightly larger grip size (4 1/2 instead of my usual 4 3/8), taking off the grip, then using a file to slightly remove the edge that's giving me problems. Has anyone actually tried to do this? I can't believe it's a unique problem. BTW, the grip size is correct -- it fits my hand just the same as my other racquets and I wouldn't want to go smaller/bigger on the size because my other strokes would suffer. Serving feels great, volleys are great (more eastern grip) and backhands are wonderful. It's just the forehand that I'm encountering the pain problem with. Thanks.