Hey guys, Perhaps you guys can help me choose a racquet that is best for me. I hit the ball very flat and hard. I'm very strong. My style of play is to hit hard and hit winners. I do not have the spin to prevail in long rallies against experienced players. I win by going for my shots. My absolute favorite company throughout the years has been Yonex, but I've come to conclusion that their racquets are just not for me. They are geared towards more top spin oriented players. I've played with the following Yonex racquets: Yonex RD Power 6 long, Yonex Super RQ 500, Yonex URQ 1700, Yonex URQ 1500, Yonex MP-5i HS, Yonex RDX 500 (mid and midplus and H.D) Yonex MP-2i. A tad too light and a tad too much power. It is a very nice racquet. However, I do not hit enough topspin to stay in the points. Most recently, I've been playing with the Yonex Nanospeed RQ 7. It was a tad too light and a tad too powerful for my hard hitting flat strokes. It is a very nice feeling racquet, great touch and serving. I just hit my normal shots long. I know something there is something better that would suit me better. Most recently, I purchased a Yonex RDS001 Mid since I remembered enjoying hitting with one of my friend's RDX 500 mid. It's a nice racquet, but I cannot seem to find the sweetspot that well at all. I can play ok, but I guess I'm accustomed to Midplus and Super Mid plus racquets since I was young. So I do not think I will be going the Mid route anytime soon. With that said, I want to add that I am getting very depressed with my game lately. I am losing to players who I would easily beat a year ago. To their credit, they have improved, but I have worsened by several levels. I know technique and practice have a lot to do with it, but I think a smart equipment change can only help me. I am not confident with my current equipment. My coach has always told me that confidence in your equipment is VERY VITAL in order to play your best! I cannot seem to play near as well as I was a year ago. I played my best tennis when I was playing with my Liquidmetal Instinct, but I broke 3 of them. I wanted to go back to Yonex after that, so I figured Yonex would have some similar sticks. I believe my best bet is to find something with a dense string pattern. I've come to realize that I need something that suits my style of play, not something I picked just because it is my favorite brand. What do you guys think about the Head Classic Midplus? Would that be a good frame for me? I think the 102 would be more forgiving than a midplus version of a Prestige racquet. Plus, it'll give me the extra bite and control I need to hit my shots. I guess this is why Lindsay Davenport and Maria Sharapova have 18 mainstrings in their racquets since they both hit a very flat ball. Any other recommedations are appreciated.