this is also a choose a racquet for me thread. my racquet history: my first racquet was a cheap wilson impact. thats what i learned on. and as i became a better player i switched to a lm instinct. I enjoy the instinct very much and still play with it. then after a while i got a LM prestige midplus and i enjoy that as much as i enjoy my instinct. I can switch from one to another with ease. both head racquets are strung with vs touch at 58lbs. my game: I am an intermediate player that plays a lot of doubles. I do play singles but not that much. I hit fairly flat, pretty flat. But i can hit with spin when i need to (which of course i should do more (especially on the forehandside). My game would best be described as an aggressive counter puncher. I don't hit that hard (often) but i can generate pace and a lot of depth on my two-hander backhand. I also like to hit the slice on the forehand side and slice/chip with the two-hander. Because of my doubles game i love the net and am very comfortable at net. I am a "thinker" on the court. I can change the direction of the ball fairly well. I use my serve to start the point. i try to mix it up but slicing, keeping it low and all over the box, it just lacks power. i also like to work the angle with the groundies. ok. now I am in the market for a racquet because i have money. lol. I definately will keep playing with my head racquets but i just want to explore other racquets. especially Volkl and Yonnex. just cause i think some of them look good. (yes, i said it, i think yonnex racquets look good!) I would just like some suggestions based on my game and my racquet history. They don't have to be yonnex and volkl racquets name whatever you think would best suit my game. i also am wondering wha adjustmest i would make if i tried the lm prestige mid. p.s yes i know there is a demo program and yes i know i should read the reviews but im lazy and you guys always have better feedback. p.s.s sorry for the grammatical errors. im lazy. sometime on the court too.