Been playing with the 200 Light for about 6 months and bought the 200 for the heck of it. Both frames strung with BHBR at 54/52 and leather grips. Bio 200: Great slice backhands here. Stays very low and deep through the court. Very stable and massive weighty feel behind the ball. Good topspin but not Babolat territory. (Not suppose to be) Slice off both sides is great. Kicker serves work very well. The power tends to come from the frames plow through and mass verses the strings and racquet head speed. Volleys have to be nailed. No free power on at the net. 200 Lite: Power tends to come from the strings and pocketing. Not as weighty and massive as the 200 but not light either. Better topspin off both sides compared to the 200. Backhand slice works very well but not quite the depth as the 200 or as stable, but not far behind. More power on serves. Much more pop on volleys and much more agile at the net than the 200. Both frames can flatten out and crush forehands off the ground. IMO the 200 does not make up for its additional weight, lack of agility at the net and low power there. Its a great frame but I just don't see enough added benefit of its hefty SW compared to the 200 Light. Yes, its more stable but more work and more control off the ground. The 200 light can feel as if it "sprays" the ball around once and while (Compared to the 200) but not a big enough difference. The differences are really what you'd expect. A slightly lighter 16 x19 verses a heavier 18 x 20. More control and weight verses slightly more power and quicker racquet head speed.