Well, not really. But it is cheap, and discontinued, and a knock off by Wilson made exclusively, as far as I can tell, for a discount sports chain here in the great West. I have ten now. Wish I had more. It's a Wilson Pro Staff Titanium 6.6 oversize. I bought one for my son and then took it over when his high school season ended. I put long (about four inches) strips of lead tape at 3 and 9 o'clock and then another strip inside the throat (so about ten or eleven inches of lead tape altogether). I estimate the overall frame weight to be around 11 1/2 ounces but I really don't want to know because it plays fine as is. I've never switched out the stock string ( Wilson synthetic gut @ about 60 lbs, I guesstimate) and I have a great serve and volley racquet for a senior 4.5 doubles player. I play with and against some twenty-something 5.0's and it handles their pace nicely. I hit flat mostly, and love volleys and overheads. Why would I need anything else? I went to the nationals years ago with a 4.0 squad from Nor Cal undefeated (personally) and I know I'm better now than then. My crappy unglamorous racquet hasn't hurt me in the least. Anyway I reject the mid sized, $200.00 per frame, poly stinged orthodoxy that dominates these boards. Come out of your closets, cheap knock off users. Set yourself free.