After seeing some recent interest on the forum about M-Fil 200, I have decided to write this review. Hope it will be, at least, little helpful for people that are interested in this racquet. I am 5.5 player, main weapons powerful serve and semi western forehand, powerful but little inconsistent one handed backhand. Of course, can hit flat, topspin, and slice off of both sides, and will mix things up during rallies. Volleys are my weakest side, I like to play them but they are not that good like rest of my game. For over two and half years I am using Pro Staff Tour90 and just loving it. During that time, for fun, I have tried some new racquets (including n6.1 Tour90 and 95, Pure Drive, AeroPro Drive, O3 Tour, LM Rad’s and LM Prestige’s) but good old Pro Staff Tour90 still stayed mine no.1 choice. I have pretty much stop with trying different request and new Dunlop M-Fil 200 was last thing I want try. On paper, it has very nice specs and I decided to buy one because demos for Dunlop’s are not available over here. First impression is obviously cool looking paint job, so M-Fil 200 is one of the prettiest and coolest racquets on the market. With mass of 340 grams and high swing weight, in hands M-Fil 200 doesn’t feel that heavy and it’s pretty maneuverable. With my setup (removed original grip and two overgrips) my Tour90’s and M-Fil 200 weight almost the same, with Tour90 being heaver just for 4 grams. Obviously, leather grip on Tour90 has much more impact on the weight then synthetic grip on M-Fil 200. On both racquets, I used same string combo, with 26/25 kg on M-Fil 200. From the start of hitting ground strokes, I noticed a little weird and different feel. Stiffer hoop and flexier throat is responsible for that (I used to constant and solid feel from Tour90), so the overall feel from M-Fil 200 is something that I have to accommodate and get used to. On forehand side, I have to adjust my grip a little (a bit more rounded handle then on Wilson) and when I do so, I got pretty good results. On both flatter power and high topspin shots, I was able to generate more power without any lost of control. Beside 18x20 string pattern on M-Fil 200, the spin was very easy to generate, so my shot had more spin and bounce, and I was a little bit surprised by that. This continued on my slice backhand. One of mine specialty shots is slice backhand with lot sidespin and with M-Fil 200, the pace and amount of side was great, more then I can get from Tour90. Because I hit one handed backhand with little falter with smaller amount of spin, the “more spin” issue was not present here, but more power was definitely here. Much of the power comes from the sheer mass and swing weight M-Fil 200 rather than any "technology", so naturally you do have to take a full swing and rip it. Stability of the M-Fil 200 is great, so during high power shots rallies M-Fil 200 remained stable and offered solid feel with good control, but Tour90 offer a little more overall stability. With volleys being my weakest side, I was expecting some help from M-Fil 200. And I got it. Volleying with M-Fil 200 was great and with good maneuverability and balance made it little easer to play compared with Tour90. Accurate, powerful and nice was my impressions of hitting volleys with M-Fil 200. On serve, I found that I can generate pretty much the same amount of pace with M-Fil 200 and Tour90. Only slice serves had a little more bite and kick with M-Fil 200, but with Tour90 I could hit more consistent both first and second serves, and I feel more comfortable with Tour90. Being more maneuverable is a bit easier to hit more aggressive returns with M-Fil 200, but I must say that with Tour90 I get a bit more solid feel and stability. Overall, M-Fil 200 is really great racquet and I like it a lot. On bottom line, I was searching a little more power on clay (99% of time I play on clay courts) without any lost of control, and M-Fil 200 offered me just that. Only flaw is the feeling of M-Fil 200, where Tour90 is much better with nice, crisp and classic prostaff feel. But comparing it with LM Prestige I personally think that M-Fil 200 has much better feel, and better feel then most new racquets I tried. Unfortunately, M-Fil 200 is most underrated racquet, but if any one who wants good, solid and serious players must take M-Fil 200 for demo. At end, if we consider the price, M-Fil 200 is definitely best buy new model players racquet on the market.