Hello all, Just would like to report on my findings between these two strings if anyone is interested. Perhaps this can help people looking for a good, soft multifilament string. Especially if you have tennis elbow issues. I had both of these strung up side-by-side in two Head Youtek IG Radical MPs, both at 52 lbs. RIP Control: Playability was deadened as lots of people have observed. The ball felt like it stayed on the strings a little too long. Power was very low, it had no "pop". Against people that hit with a lot of pace, it felt like my racquet was being pushed back more, as if the strings were absorbing the power as opposed to re-directing it. I had to try harder in order to generate pace. There felt like a delay when hitting the ball, like I said it felt like the ball was hanging on for a millisecond longer than it should before travelling away from the racquet. Spin potential was outstanding. Probably the best thing about the string. A standard WW Forehand allowed me to make the ball jump considerably high. Lots of opponents complained that they didn't like playing against me, they thought I used too much topspin and therefore they couldn't hit the ball back very well. Comfort: excellent. Very soft, super soft even. I have TE issues, this string didn't aggravate at all. Feedback/response: it was good, very good. I "knew" where the ball was going without looking. I was confident after each hit if the ball was going in or not. Prince Premiere Attack 16 Playability: much livelier than RIP. Lots of pop off the strings. It felt like the ball didn't hang on too much to the strings. I felt that I could re-direct the ball without losing any time. Ball really felt like it bounced off the strings in a predictable manner. Ball trajectory off the strings felt a little higher than the RIP control. More balls sailed long than the RIP. I had to work harder to produce spin. Power was more than adequate. My serves were significantly faster and I served more aces. I also served more balls that were not aces, yet unplayable because opponent couldn't get their racquet to it in time. Ground strokes were much more formidable. I hit more winners because the ball seemed to just "go where I wanted it to". Spin: not as good as the RIP control. I could still produce spin, but the ball wasn't bouncing as high. It was a "muted" spin. I had to work harder to produce the spin, which left me with a few UE's due to me trying too hard. Comfort: very comfy, a little harder than RIP but still no TE aggravations. Feedback: a little less feedback. A few of the shots were questionable to me. didn't quite know if they were going to go in or not. Well that's it, hopefully this helps someone in choosing between these two fine strings.