I’ve gone through numerous tennis racket switches, and am still experimenting with softer-than-Babolat PD frames. Lately I’ve been experimenting with Fischer Pro Tour Extreme FT, Fischer Magnetic Pro #1 98 Light, Dunlop 200G XL, M-FIL 300, PK Redondo 93 and 98. I might even be willing to go back to trying the new edition Babolats with Cortex, that supposedly will be coming out next year or so. But, I’ve figured out that even if I play with arm-friendly rackets, arm-unfriendly strings still will give me golfer’s elbow (stiffness on the inner part of my flat-serving arm). Since switching from the Babolat PD, I’ve dropped down from 62 lbs. to as low as 52 lbs. on many of the frames I mentioned. With the Babolat PD I enjoyed playing with Luxilon XP (which was close in playability to my favorite – Ace 18, but was much more durable). And even recently I liked playing with Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour 16. But now I’ve got to try something arm-friendly and start getting used to it. Here’s what I need, listed by priorities: 1. Must not be natural gut 2. Must be under $15 3. Must be arm-friendly 4. Must be durable 5. Hopefully as playable as possible 6. Possibly be able to bite the ball well for spin and slices 7. Retain tension well like the Luxilon XP I used 8. If it feels like poly – that’s great, except it has to be arm-friendly and I don’t really know if there are arm-friendly strings that are not soft. 9. If the strings don’t move around – that would be good 10. Possibly retain its playability throughout its full life… just like the Luxilons do. Thanks.