Currently hitting with a Wilson Hammer Midplus 6.9 @ 58lbs. My strokes are long and flat with a continental forehand. I like to take the ball quite high rather than put a ton of topspin. My 6.9 gives me good depth control, but lacks mass on the serve and is flimsy on volleys. I'm looking for something around 95" with low power, mass, and above all something that will feel like my 6.9 on depth, but with more mass. Basically something with a stringbed that isn't very lively. Of course strings would play a huge role, but I can't exactly afford to hit each racquet with various string tensions. Most of the demos are strung at 60lbs. I've recently hit with: Dunlop AG200 - Great flat serve, pinpoint volleys. Very fluid racquet. As much as I wanted to like this racquet I felt I couldn't hit it as hard as I wanted to because this racquet was so lively. I didn't have the depth control that I wanted - a whole lot of long balls. Racquet was light as well. Wilson K95 16x19 - Just the right amount of depth control, but it was not as manouverable as I would have liked. I could smoke balls and nothing would go long. Great court penetration. Dunlop Hotmelt 300G - Good depth control, a tiny bit too much pop off the stringbed. Otherwise a good manouverable racquet. I'm probably going to give the K95 another hit...I could hit a heavy, flat ball with a long swing and it gave me both control and I generated a good deal of racquet speed. My only gripe was that it was a chore to hit, and throughout the match it would definately get tiring. My only experiences are with Dunlops and Wilsons. I've been thinking of giving the K Blade 93/98 a hit. Anything else I should hit?