I visited my local dealer/proshop yesterday and inquired about the new Ncode six-one 95. He said that he measured two samples/demos, and they both had a Swingweight at 348! The Ncode six-one 90 had a Swingweight over 350. I was wondering if Thomas Martinez, other racket techs, or those that have actually had the chance to demo the 95in version can atest that the stats are correct. I'm a Classic 6.1 user myself, and have been looking for a slightly lighter replacement for several years.. The HPS 6.1 was advertised as being such a racket, but they were infact, heavier (swing weight). With the news of the new Ncode six-one, it looks like another disappointment is in the future.