Sorry to have not posted for a bit. Was busy interviewing for a new job, playing tennis, and a long weekend at work. So ... I strung up my PS 6.0 85 with Klip natural gut 18 at 30, and headed out for my Wednesday night singles league. It was position night, and I was set to play the next closest player in the league (4th vs 3rd). My opponent turned out to be a guy that I normally play pretty close and have even beaten a few times in long, close matches. But I had a new weapon in my bag! I was a little disheartened when I dropped the first game (on my serve). I guess I just wasn't used to the PS yet. The next game, things started coming together. I began to gauge my shots a lot better, and he only won two more games the whole match! Mind you, this is an aggressive player that loves coming to net when he has hit a good shot. I was able to get most of those back with interest. With the added spin I get with ELT, they dipped quickly, and he didn't have an answer for that. I absolutely loved my serve with the PS. It seems to have more pop than my Dunlop Bio 100. And the control I had on my volleys was amazing. But the best shot of the night was when he came to net and pounded a ball pretty good. I guessed right, and was able to put up the most beautiful defensive lob ever. It went well over his head and dropped in 6 inches from the baseline. Game, first set, 6-2! In the second set, I came to net and got lobbed pretty good. I was able to get to the ball right before the back fence and popped it backwards and upwards towards his side of the net. I thought it might have gone into orbit, but it came down inside the baseline. He was stunned, I think, and even though he got to it, he hit it into the net. My service return seemed to improve with the PS as well. Once I got used to the racquet, I started attacking his first serve and hit a number of clean winners the shocked even me. I was also able to tee off on his second serve with reckless abandon. Game, set, match ... 6-2,6-1. I like a heavier racquet and the PS weighs in at 12.6 ounces without any lead tape. I was amazed at how good an 85 inch racquet felt and played. I may have to get a few more, and a generous supply of nat-gut.