After over 3 months of testing I realized that almost every "player's" racquet today suffers from too much power, too little control. It seems as if these racquets are created so that anyone, regardless of their skill level can play with them. Pure Drive was all power and no control, 200G wasn't even close to being a "player's" racquet it once was, NXG, the new POG, was very uncomfortable (maybe the grip was the problem), and way too powerfull as well. Every racquet I tested - nSix-One 95, LM Prestige, Volkl V-10, Babolat PC seemed like a tweener. All except one... I am not a fan of Prince and I really dislike Jennifer Capriati, and originally when I picked this racquet up I expected it to fail me just like the others. But I fell in love with Diablo. It is a true control oriented stick. It lets me hit every shot with as much power as I can dish out, and every shot somehow manages not to go long and yet, my serve still regularly tops 115 mph. My question is, how did you end up with your current racquet? Did you just get an upgrade from the older version (like from I.Radical to LM Radical), or did you test several frames? How did you decide what to test? And to those that tested Diablo, what did you think? Thank you. P.S. Sorry if this message is crap or has already been asked - it is my first post.