I am playing now with a Redondo MP. I got over my racquet addiction and now have only a couple of racquets. This one, a Donnay and a few vintage frames. Instead of buying new frames all the time, I'd like to customize the frames I have to find the exact balance point, weight distribution and swingweight to my liking. I play most with the Redondo nowadays mainly because of the tighter string pattern meaning I don't have to worry about popping strings each day and I can actually take only one racquet with me to play on the court next to my work if the strings are still in a good state. Actually I like the Donnay more but the strings move around a lot due to the open string pattern and always make me worry they will snap, even if the stringjob is fairly recent. When I got this racquet is came in under its specs. The static weight was only 335 grams strung. Moreover the swingweight seemed very low to me (I guesstimate around 315). So I put 4 grams of lead at 3 and 9 o'clock each and also 2 grams of lead at 12 to increase swingweight. All of this seemed to have worked out quite well. I don't have tools to measure the swingweight but it still seems very reasonable. I did not add anything to the handle as this racquet is about 10 points headlight and mine may have been even more. I guess the balance point must be around 7 now. I am thinking of adding a little lead, say 5 or 6 grams, around the balance point, also hoping to stretch out the sweetspot a little towards the throat, these Redondos seem to have a fairly high sweetspot. Is my reasoning correct?