A little background first: I currently use a Babolat Pure Drive Team, 100 square inches. Looking back at it, now I realize how stiff of a racquet it is and how it doesn't have much touch or control, even when I string at the top of the tension range. I should have put more time into demo-ing racquets, but I don't have the time or the money to try a different racquet every few days. I never even thought about switching racquets until a friend let me use her Volkl Tour 10 Mid racquet, about 93 square inches. All of a sudden my shots that my Babolat would hit out started going in, and the racquet had a TON of control. my volleys were crisper, and I was getting lots more first serves in because the heft of the racquet and headsize were helping to keep them in. Serving has always been a huge weakness of mine and I noticed an immediate improvement. My returns were also much better because the racquet had a lot more support behind it. After hitting with it a couple times, I had to give that racquet back to her, and on a whim I went back to my old Wilson Pro Staff 95 classic that I bought over 10 years ago. I have no idea what the specs of this racquet are but I would guess it's around 13 oz considering I think it's a lot heavier than the Volkl. Headsize is a couple inches bigger. This racquet is giving me results like the Volkl. My volleys are better and so are my serves, and this week I even beat a friend of mine that I had never beaten before. It's amazing what happens when your shots go in instead of way long or wide! So my question to you is, what kinds of racquets should I check out that are like the Volkl? Also, my friend is offering to sell me her used Volkl for 60 dollars, and it's in great condition. Should I just go with this one? I feel overwhelmed since there are probably lots of racquets out there and I want to make sure I find the perfect racquet this time.