I just strung up my Diablo mid with full Kevlar 16g in a 16x10 pattern. Mains 72 lbs, crosses 90 lbs. This is my 4th iteration of my experiments with a 16x10 pattern. To recap the first 3: 1. Kevlar 16g mains at 35 lbs, Prince Tourna Poly 16g crosses at 60 lbs, on Diablo mid. Result: A disappointment. Spin was similar to full poly, but high rebound angle made it difficult to control shots, especially on volleys and blocked shots with low racquet speed. Stringbed a bit too soft. 2. Kevlar mains at 72 lbs and Poly crosses at 90 lbs, on O3 Red. Result: Outstanding spin (30-40% more than with full poly). Control on Volleys still pretty good. Spin rpm is so high that I needed to either hit really hard or hit with high net clearance to get my groundstrokes to land deep, otherwise excesssive topspin pulls it down so fast. I really, really loved serves - amazing movement. Downside: Poly broke in 30 mins. 3. Same setup as 2, but on Diablo mid. Result: Poly broke while stringing. The poly just isn't strong enough to take 90 lbs. So full Kevlar was the solution. Result of the Full Kevlar feels nice and crisp and grippy when bouncing the ball on the stringbed. Will test on court and report back.