Galain, hope I can help. My earliest racket info re: Cash dates back to circa '81 or '82. Then, he played an Australian standard monoshaft wood. Sorry, don't know the brand. Had a nifty, hi-gloss bright red top to the racket head. He was the world junior #1 with this frame. He next hit the racket scene in '84, when he semi'ed at both Wimby and the US Open. Played then with one of the nicest woods ever, the Slazenger V-24. This was the Vilas midsize, wood with graphite reinforcement. Photos the next year show Pat playing a unique model, a Prince Woodie midsize. This was defintitely not a paintjob, but a custom frame never available to the public. Next, Pat won Wimby in '87 with a Prince Mag Pro 90. Unclear to me how long he'd been playing with this frame prior to that summer. Consistent with his past practice, Pat following a very successful year switched racket deals, moving to Yonex in a well-hyped transfer. Yonex introduced their R-50, Pat's first graphite composite frame, spring '88. Unfortunately, injury continued to slow Pat's progress at the top of the game. My info on Pat tails off after this. I recall him playing with a Head Prestige Classic for an extended period during a successful run on the seniors' tour.