I tried out some new multi's and didn't care for them too much, so I had some cheap synthetic gut (Ashaway Liberty) laying around for a while so I cut the strings out of one of my frames and strung up the Liberty at 60/57, my usual tension. Well, the first thing I noticed when putting it in is that it stretched more than any multi I've tried recently. I thought that might be a bad sign, but I played a doubles match today, and hit well with it. It feels comfortable with a softness to it that none of the multi's I've tried have. It was medium powered, and the strings didn't move around too much, about the same as most multis. Tension seemed stable for 3 sets(2 hours) which is good. I was worried that it might loosen up a bit as much as it stretched when I strung it. Most multi's I've tried, I tend to string them up a bit higher than what I want because they all seem to have a slight drop off in tension after hitting an hour or two. And with almost all of the multis I've tried the drop off in tension means too much power. I'm hoping that the Liberty will not be quite as resilient as the multis and so if it starts to drop tension maybe I won't get a huge trampoline effect. Anyway, all the multis I've tried seem to be way overrated compared to this two dollar string. I mean I liked a lot of them, but this string is very comfortable when hitting hard, and isn't overpowered. At two bucks I don't care near as much about durability, so I think I may start sampling some of the cheap synthetic guts and see what I like. I was thinking that I might like to try some Signum Pro Poly Plasma as a main and Liberty on the cross to tone down the power even more. If the Signum is as comfortable as people say, and low powered then I should really be able to put a hurtin' on the ball.