I recently got back into tennis and bought a couple PD+'s cheap off a local college player. It was love at first hit after playing 10+ years with a Prince Precision Graphite/690. Everything was going fine and then, on a whim, I bought a RDX 500 midplus. At first I didn't like it, but I made myself use it and was astounded at the control and feel I could get out of it. My serves may have lost a few MPHs, but they seemed to actually get better due to increased confidence. I thought I was done with the PD+. I noticed with the rdx I need to be on my game and really not be lazy to make it work. Otherwise I get a lot of shots away from the sweetspot. Then I went and played with my girlfriend, who I tone it down for a bit. Toning it down=sloppy for me, if you follow. It's like in golf I can't hit a driver at 75%, if I'm going to be consistent at all I need to be swinging hard. Pretty much similar for my tennis game. So, I grabbed the PD+ and I fell in love all over again. It made all the shots I had been mishitting before so much easier, it was almost telepathic, almost felt like it should be illegal. Can anyone relate to my situation? I think I need a good period of consistant hitting at a competitive level to make my decision. I feel like the RDX will prevail, but I can't deny there's something great about that PD+.