After reading about 28" racquets on these boards, and seeing my favorites (Fish, Ferrero, Coria, Robredo, etc.) use them, I finally got one yesterday. The Prince Michael Chang Graphite Longbody 690 that I bought off **** finally arrived. It's a 28" racquet with a 95 square inch head; weighs in at 11.2 ounces and felt very headlight. The paintjob was a little nicked up from years of use, but it was a really classy looking paintjob...something missing from currently available racquets. The grip was a natural leather colored Prince DuraTac. I loved the color of this grip and wish that you could still get it, but it too is no longer available. Anyone who reads my posts on the message boards knows that I just do not like light weight racquets! And yes, 11.2 is light! To start with I removed the Prince DuraTac grip (even though I loved the color, the grip was very worn) and applied 60 inches of .25 inch lead tape to the handle. Next, I applied 6 pieces of the same lead tape cut into 5 inch strips to each side of the head at the 9 and 3 o'clock positions. The racquet still felt a little light so I put 20 more inches of the lead tape on the handle and 2 more pieces of tape on each side of the head at 9 and 3. Still a little light, so I added 14 more inches of tape to the handle and 2 more pieces of tape to each side of the head at 9 and 3. Next, I put on a Gamma Hi-Tech grip (since that was all the lead tape I was able to get on the handle). The racquet felt just a tad too head heavy, so I removed four strips of lead tape from the head. Then it felt great. The finished racquet weighed in at just under 12.8 ounces and 9 points head light. This is still a little light compared to my other racquets, but I guess the 28" length makes a difference and a 13.3 ounce racquet at 28" would just feel much heavier. Also, I normally play with racquet that are much closer to even balance, but this racquet just felt too head heavy at anything much past 9 points head light. I guess it's just the extra length. I haven't been able to get out on the court with it yet, but just swinging the racquet feels really great, and the extra length of the handle feels perfect for a two-handed backhand. The racquet came with some type of Prince synthetic on it, and it feels to be strung at a rather low tension. I'm going to play with these strings at least once to get a feel for the racquet before I restring it. My regular string is Luxilon Big Banger 16, but I'm thinking about going with a softer synthetic. I'll post more about my experience with this racquet after I try it out on the court tonight.