Let's break up the monotony with a bit of fun!! I recently picked up the remaining 'deadstock' of a former racquet company called ProHand. I believe the ProHand (athletic) brand still exists and was perhaps reorganized after their untimely bankruptcy. However, they no longer produce or sell tennis racquets, as far as I can tell from Internet research. Apparently, they went 'under' in the late 1980's to early 1990's and their assets (racquets) were liquidated in bankruptcy court. You know how these things go... racquets sit in some anonymous warehouse for years until they are 'rediscovered' in a back closet... or the warehouse owner dies and the heirs inherit them... blah, blah, blah, etc. :twisted: Anyhow, when I saw these frames, initially... I was thinking to myself... perhaps, buy them and donate them to some underprivileged childrens' tennis program or use them to test various string types/tensions, etc. However, upon closer inspection I noted they had some interesting characteristics...:shock: First, the fit and finish on all four models is stunning! I'd say easily as good as anything produced today and in the case of the purple/pink racquet (known as the Charmie 30), even superior to anything produced today. Next, all 4 models have nicely appointed, matching padded head covers, decent hanging tags, string logos and get this... shrink-wrapped factory LEATHER grips with the embossed ProHand name AND logo! In the case of the Charmie 30... the leather grip was dyed purple to match the flawless, shiny pink paint. Speaking of which, 3 of the 4 models have matte finishes and the 4th is brilliantly shiny. However, as I further examined these 4 frames in person, the biggest surprise was their eerily familiar appearance... like I'd seen these racquets somewhere else. Well, as it turns out... I had! The company flawlessly copied 4 popular 1980's frames. Your mission is to identify which popular 1980's frames were cloned by ProHand! If you choose to accept this mission... you will be rewarded with a grab bag of tennis goodies courtesy of... Retrowagen and VSBabolat! Lol!... Just kidding on that last part... courtesy of me, of course! :lol: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Read Carefully: You get one shot at it! Simply name the original 1980's frame each clone represents (from left to right) <--- For Example: (feel free to cut and paste this as a prototype for your answers) Frame 1: Wilson Prestige (far left) Frame 2: Prince Boron (second to left) Frame 3: Head Legend (second to right) Frame 4: Dunlop Max 200G (far right) ** Edited posts will be disqualified... so, examine them carefully prior to posting your answers! <--- ** First person with all 4 correct answers (in the proper order) wins! ** Contest closes in approximately 24 hours - at 12:01 am, February 15th (Sunday) <--- Good Luck!