m-fil 300- better bang for the buck?

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  1. tempura_MAKI

    tempura_MAKI Rookie

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    I see alot of good on this racquet, and it's priced below 100$. Is there any racquets with the same price that even compare to it? list it, discuss it. Please.
     
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  2. Bogie

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    for the price, mfil 300 cant be topped. nothing can compete with it unless you add another 70 bucks for the new tecnifibre 335's. end o' story
     
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  3. noobplayer

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    liquid metal radical?
     
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  4. tempura_MAKI

    tempura_MAKI Rookie

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    I was thinking about the lm radical. Im not a head fan but does it compete with the m-fil 300?
     
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  5. tpduke112

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    MFil 200....
     
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  6. TripleB

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    LM Radical ($80) and my current favorite racquet the Dunlop Maxply McEnroe ($70).

    TripleB
     
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  7. KFwinds

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    I agree. And, I would also throw in the TT Warrior @ $70. Those three are at least as good as the M-Fil 300 (don't get me wrong, the 300 is a good stick).
     
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  8. tpduke112

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    good is very subjective
     
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  9. Will888

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    the m-fil 200 is good, and low price!
     
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  10. bad_call

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    all sound good to me. love to give each of them a fair workout. :)
     
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  11. mileslong

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    funny how every racket mentioned above i completely agree with. these are all good rackets, even the prince warrior and i dont like prince.

    mfil 200g
    hm200g
    mfil 300g
    lm radical
    prince tt warrior


    these are all great values
     
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  12. fielders_80

    fielders_80 Semi-Pro

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    Mfil 300 is a very good stick indeed.....
     
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  13. tempura_MAKI

    tempura_MAKI Rookie

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    mfil 200g
    hm200g
    mfil 300g
    lm radical
    prince tt warrior
    Maxply Mcenroe


    wow. I was hoping this will simplify my choice. Just broadened the selection even more.

    Suggestions?
     
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  14. tempura_MAKI

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    Wait a minute, is it normal for a racquet like the McEnroe to get all POSITIVE feedback from users on this site? Looking at it for the first time, I am just amazed at the reviews it got. is this like the original prostaff 6.0 of dunlop? im hooked. help. I feel like a racquet decision *****. I went from babolat to wilson to dunlop back to wilson now I want dunlop. dayam maybe I just need to demo more racquets. Ive used most of the wilson ncode line, not very impressed. I demo'd some of the dunlop ICE racquets, no complaints, so I was impressed by the m-fil 300 because of the weight and the ability to add lead and such without over-doing it with like 15+oz. I love the McEnroe though now because the retro design, and the same weight ideas as the m-fil 300. Also all that positive feed from all the reviews! Im a 4.0 player with 4.5 potential within the next year, and I have been blinded by using wilson. I need to open up a little bit. any one object?
     
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  15. peter

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    I don't like the McEnroe at all. Too light. The 300 is OK and the 200 is very good - even though I prefer the Wilson 6.0-85 in general (my main stick)...
     
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  16. travlerajm

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    Give a little love to my NXG.
     
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  17. TripleB

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    After playing with the Maxply Mac for 2 sets of singles and 2 sets of doubles the other night I'd venture to say it's a better buy than the MFil 300.

    TripleB
     
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