Just a little question that is probably very obvious to most everyone else. When I've been looking at reviews of various racquets they are often categorised as being for players with short, medium or long swings. I've always said that I had relatively short strokes but am beginning to think my definition is quite different to the reviewers. I recognise my swing speed as generally slower (a lot quicker when I go to western on the backhand) but when I say my stokes are short to medium I only mean I dont take the racquet back a mile and a half above my head to begin the swing. I take the racquet back with a full shoulder turn and follow-through properly (perhaps I mean classically) not just poke at the ball but call the preparation compact - ie no big flourish etc. After trying out a few frames based on my initial interpretation and evaluation of my strokes I'm getting the feeling that my definition is all wrong. How do others interpret those definitions - short, medium and full ?