wooow. I recently made a topic asking about tweener racquets, but man, I don't know about that anymore... Normally I use a sub 10 ounce Pro Kennex 15g light. Previously I tried using his ps but all I got were a few mishits =[ But today I warmed up with it, adjusting my technique a bit to really use the racquet's weight, and wow! Slices (when I hit them well... normally my slices suck anyways) were biting. Groundstrokes were so solid, so stable, even against my friend's hard hitting. I could hit really aggressively too. Volleys... =D they got soo much better o_o Serves I didn't really get to try out cause it got dark. So overall, a good experience with it for an hour of hitting. Although my wrist does feel odd when i bend my hand towards my forearm. I'm sure that's because of bad technique though cause I've been getting that with my 15g also. Anyways I'll have to try it out some more before I make any decisions, but... Tell me, why SHOULDN'T I get this racquet? There's all this talk about how player's racquets aren't for everyone, that even the pros use tweeners. Why wouldn't I want to use a heavier racquet? Lately I learned that light racquets have to be stiff to have any power and not have that noodly feeling, but why is this 12oz stick so stiff? Oh yeah. I rarely hit with 12oz+ racquets, and never for more than like 5 minutes (except today). Do you guys think that's part of the reason for my infatuation with this stick? Or is this racquet really that great? Do other player's racquets feel this great to? I was getting a rush swinging this racquet and whacking that green ball =p (Also, what's the "si" at the end stand for?) heh a lot of questions and thoughts but thanks guys!