Yesterday, I had an exclusive opportunity to test the Head Flexpoint Radical. So here, for you all to see, is a review of the racquet. Now, I only hit a few rallies from the baseline with it, but I did get a pretty good feel for the racquet, so I will put my first impressions here. I will probably do a more in-depth play test next week. First off, this racquet is quite interesting. As we all know from the AO pictures, it has a hole right through the frame, positioned at the 3 and 9 o'clock positions. This is called the FlexPoint. What it does, I'm not quite sure, but I can tell you that it gives the racquet amazing feel. As I took my forehands and backhands from the baseline, I was amazed. It feels as if the ball stays in the stringbed an extra second, providing you with amazing control and spin. I was truly impressed. Now, of course, I'm a PC600 guy, so I'm quite anti-radical (and kind of anti-LM), but I was very impressed by the technology. You truly feel the ball, and feel where it is going! It's as if time is slowed down, and you can place the ball in the most insane corners of the court! I still liked my PC600 far better, but when the FlexPoint Prestige comes out (yes, they are making one, I have insider info!) I may have to consider switching! In terms of specs, the basics are just like the LM Radical, 98 sq inch head, etc. About weight and balance, I can't tell you, because the racquet was custom made. Hope to give you more info on this stick soon!