I am 25, I play 4-5 times a week, mostly on clay. I am an aggressive baseliner with double handed backhand , I play with a lot of spin, almost too much on the forehand side, I have a pretty good kick serve, decent flat serve, I move to the net mostly only to finish off points but I enjoy volleying a lot in doubles. My previous rackets were Head FXP Radical Tours, I really liked the big sweetspot, comfort and ball pocketing, they were fantastic from the baseline, good pop, stability a control during heavy hitting, the swingweight felt just about right on the groundstrokes. On the other hand I had hard time serving, I couldn’t get the pace or the kick I was able to create with other racquets, so I couldn’t start the points confidently enough on my serve and create an early advantage. Another downside – SPPP 1.28 lasted about 3.5 hours on clay. In the last weeks I playtested: nSixOne 95 16x18 – fantastic serves, but overall felt too stiff ( I couldn’t believe it was 65RA ) and I felt like the sweetspot was more towards the lower part of the head, also it swung a bit heavy for me, I definitely felt like I needed a bit lighter swinging racquet Head Extreme Pro – I couldn’t find my shots with this stick, I did not like the weight distribution and balance and it was very stiff, my elbow started to hurt Fischer M Speed Pro 1 SL – very low swingweight, felt like in the 310-315 range, IMO not stable enough, I also wished for more power ( it WAS strung very low ) Head LM Prestige MP – Loved the swingweight on this one, nice plush feel, good power and control combo, I wish it had an open string pattern, I could get the spin, but I missed the bite of a racquet with an open string pattern Prince O3 tour MP – great sweetspot and comfort, fantastic spin, but overall a bit light, more power would be great, especially on flat serves… That leads me to the conclusion that I need a racket which swings similar to FXP Radical Tour or LM Prestige MP, so somewhere around 325 SW with similar static weight (I don’t like too much lead on my racquets), open string pattern, good power – I play with lots of spin and need extra power to keep my shots long, great spin capability, decent sweetspot for clay (and exdendingmore towards upper hoop would be perfect ) and the racquet should not feel very stiff…Any experience and suggestions are welcome. Thanks.