I have two KPS88 models. The first one I really liked - lots of power and spin potential, great on the serve. I ordered another one and it was about 0.2 oz heavier and felt like a different racquet (different balance too). I tried leading them both up to get the weight and balance the same but I didn't like how they played. I contacted TW and they found me a KPS88 a little below spec which I should be able to mod so that it's similar to the first one that I got. That first one was a little over spec on static weight but quite a bit more headlight than spec. I will keep the heavy one as a training stick. I took all of the lead off last night and played with the light one today in a match and it felt much better - better spin production and easier to generate spin and pace on the serve. I would like to settle on the KPS88 for the next ten years or so - changing racquets and looking for what you like is a pain in the neck. At any rate, you can ask TW to look at what they have in stock to see if you can find a weight that you would prefer. I imagine that they wouldn't want to do this in general because it is extra work for them but it might be a good option if you buy a racquet to try and then buy one or more of them later on.