Is there anyone who has tried both the Fischer Retro and the OLDER Fischer rackets such as the Vacuum Pro 90 and the Vacuum Pro 98 who can compare? I've tried some of the new Fischers, and they're still muted and damp, but don't have the same organic, satisfying feel of the orginals. In other words, they feel more synthetic to me. Not bad, just not special to me anymore. The Fischer Retro looks like it's been discontinued already, so I'm thinking this maybe my last chance to grab a few before they're gone forever. Basically, it does look like the ceramic has been added back to the material layup in these; however, what I'm not sure about is the tension range. A wide range is stated for the Retro, whereas on the old ones they had WAY narrow tension ranges and very low too. You couldn't really string it higher than say 54lbs. or so, or all that signature feel would just dissapear and it just didn't feel right at all anymore. It was the weirdest thing. Wondering if the expanded tension range is just a marketing ploy if indeed the material layouts are still basically the same. Maybe they should still be advertising the Retro with those old 52-55 type tension ranges they used to have. Thanks.