After playing with my Prince Triple Threat Warrior Midplus, Yonex Super RQ Ti-700 Long, and Yonex RDX-500 Midplus today, I've decided that my elbow really needs something that is much easier on it. Both of my usual racquets (Yonex Nano Speed RQ7 and Dunlop Maxply McEnroe) were being strung today so I had to resort to a couple of my back-up racquets. I think the TT Warrior and Ti-700 Long got my elbow tender during the first set. I switch over to the RDX (poly/syn hybrid) for the second set and the pain eased a little except when I hit the ball near the tip of the racquet and then pain shot through my arm. Are there any 27" racquets out there that: 1) offer great comfort on the elbow 2) contains some excellent 'pop' potential (especially on serves) 3) are 97, 98, 99, or 100 sq inches 4) contain no more than 16 main strings? *** I should have put the extra "pop" potential in the title of the post so people wouldn't just think about highly flexible low powered frames. Thanks for any recommendations. TripleB PS: I know that just because a racquet is flexible doesn't mean it's easy on the arm and just because a racquet is stiff it doesn't mean it's hard on the arm, so the title may have been a little misleading.