Greetings and salutations! Well I am in quite of a predicament… I was looking for a 98 sq. inch, 21mm, low-medium stiffness frame and found the racquets named in the topic fit almost like a glove that is Dunlop Aerogel 300 16x18 and Babolat Pure Storm Tour ( I’m also considering the 27,5 inch version ) but I can’t decide which one to choose… it wouldn’t be a problem if I could demo both but I don’t have such a possibility. So some info about me… previously I’ve used Dunlop M-Fil 200 18x20 build up to 380g and the problem is I can’t achieve as much rotation as I’d want… :-( when I’ve played with the eastern grip on the forehand and continental on the backhand, that is when I played relatively flat, it Was all okey but when you play mostly on clay, a “no rotation” game isn’t very effective so I’ve switched to a semi-western forehand and an eastern backhand and to my dislike I can’t conjure up enough topspin etc. I have similar problems with my serve, when it comes to produce flat penetrating serves the M-Fil is perfect, pinpoint placement, stunning speed but when I try to really squeeze the ball in with lots of rotation the curve isn’t really overwhelming. Someone might say that it’s all in my head and that curve isn’t all that bad, but it is! Even before the M-Fil 200 my weapon of choice was Dunlop Maxply McEnroe (build up to 350-355g) and the curve on the serve was phenomenal. Ohhh and btw I’ve tried some rotation friendly strings (e.g. Babolat Pro Hurricane, Kirschbaum Super Smash Spiky, I wanted to try Supex Blue Gear but it isn’t available in my country) and it was much better but the spin enhancement didn’t last too long while the string tension was still fine. What I like about my M-Fil’s is the control, when I have a clear position I just paint the lines…I think that’s enough about me… Now I’ve read that Babolat’s are a pain in the wrist elbow but according to TW this version is more flexible I’d like a comment about that… I’d like the racquet to have a tad more power than my M-Fil’s, much more spin friendliness, as much control as I can get from a more open string pattern… ohhh I now that there are similar racquets to these but I choose Babolat and Dunlop because all of the have trap door buttcaps and I love to modify my equipment… so which racquet would be better for me? That is all, THQ!!!