hello all!~ I'm sure several of you saw my thread about my recent purchase of the 95, and i've had two days to hit with it now. I haven't got to hit with it nearly as much as I want, but I want to tell a little story first. When I arrived at the tennis courts in my town (they are terrible btw) there was a FAMILY there. two adults were playing and their 4 kids were running around the courts. Her mom kept telling all the kids to "stay off the green." Anywho, they would practically stand on the line and walk around, very dangerous. Anyways, dodging all the bikes and screaming, and everything else it was a fun hour to hit. Anyways, my hitting partner hit a screamer down the line, I quickly recovered and hit one back just as hard to the opposite side. It bounced and was a real winner! So much a winner that in bounced and caught a girl who was maybe 10 right smack in the face. Now, I felt bad, but seriously, it doesn't take much to see the speed of our balls compared to theirs...they literally were using BADMITTEN (sp?) racquets and hitting every ball 20 ft in the air. She (the girl) was later riding her bike around the courts with her helmet on.....I thought how good of a shot it could be....... Alright, before I start the meat and potatoes of the review, I want to add that the only racquets i'm comparing this too are the nPro, Pure Drive +, Head LM8, and APDC. SERVE: Service game has never been a strong point for me. In fact, its easily the weakest part of my game. Anyway, the 95 was very solid on serving. In fact, i've hit some of the best serves of my life with this racquet. Putting top spin or a slice on it seems to be very easy. The balls seemed to jump off the racquet, which made for some great shots. VOLLEY: To volley with this racquet takes minimal effort. Aside from the unforced errors I force upon myself, its really hard to mess it up. The racquets got all the power to hit a home run, but I find it very easy to keep in play. The racquet feels absolutely splended on a 2HBH, its not a clunk or thud, you just can't even feel the ball hit the racquet. CONTROL: The biggest issue with me is control and consistency. I don't have much of either. This has been the first racquet that i've really been able to dictate my shot placement. I don't know if its a confidence boost from using a KFactor, or the racquet is just that good, but I know using the racquet has immensly helped my game. On the forehand side, shots could easily be made powerful the only negative side I found was that I tend to miss the sweetspot. This is probably due to my inexperience, but it certainly seems easier to hit with a 98 nPro than it does with the 95. Over time, I don't think this will be an issue. OVERALL: Overall this an extremely good racquet, but you already knew that. I found the total game of this racquet to be great and thus making my game even better. The racquet is an absolute joy to hit with and I am certainly glad I bought the racquet. I would have paid the full $189 for the racquet after hitting with it, I truly feel its that good. LASTLY, I stuck a babolat Custom Damp on there...........loved it. but the stupid thing will not stay in the strings for the life of me. Almost every other rally it came flying out, and you know what the worst part is???? unlike the W, this one is round, and freaking rolls when it hits the ground. Eventually, I did lose it which i was rather mad about, but i'll have to go pick up a new one and try again. Also, i'd like to point out that the racquet is strung with Prince Poly Gut (not my choice) and I am not aware of the tension.