I am looking for something very soft and very low power as comfort is priority number 1. I like low power as I usually juice up the racket with lots of lead. among the current models, the Dunlop MW200g seems to be among the least stiff... but I just got one and it is still not comfortable enough for me, and it has too much power. it's stiff index is 59, and there are a couple of other brands around 58 and 57, but the Dunlops usually have the best handle technology. I have never played with the Yonex RD7 and R-22, which have stiffness around 52-54, I'd assume they are soft enough, but I am not sure if they are stable and comfortable enough, considering I hit a lot with kids using modern stiff rackets and balls come at me like rockets. I do have a Yamaha ceramic100, which I suspect the stiffness is probably in the low 50's, but the technology from so far back usually can't compete with modern rackets, the sweet spot is quite small considering the 100 sq in face, and the upper hoop is really dead... (kind of similar problem with the Volkl C10 pro, which I tried and hated.) Any suggestions? basically I am looking for something with stiffness in the low 50's, with some kind of handle technology (such as the dunlop ISIS) so that the shock wave doesn't reach my arm, and with enough frame stability and sweetness so I can still compete with modern rackets. 4.5-5.0 level all court counter puncher always looking to move forward and win point at the net. the Volkl Tour10 Mid comes to mind...... any other suggestions?