Just hit with one of these on practice. It has the new magnetic thing. 320g unstrung, seemed a little head light, altough I didn't get the full specs. It is standard length. A curious thing, the distance between the first cross and the throat is very small. You almost cannot get the dampner in place. It has a very smooth feeling from the baseline, almost like a volkl feel, a lot smoother than the Pro 1 FT I use. Altough I am not a big fan of oversized heads, I tried to give it a fair test, so here goes (please remind this was a 1 1/2 hour practice only). From the baseline I could generate plenty of spin, but it seemed to lack a little pop. When I tried to get that tad bit more of power from her I would lose control. Also felt a tiny bit light, but that was maybe because of the larger head I am not used to. Also noticed the lack of head mass on my slices from both sides. The ball keep missing the usual weight and bite. Serving felt ok, especially the kick serve. I could generate lots of spin, since I could accelerate the racquet head tremendously. My first serve lost control, altough it had plenty of pop. The lack of mass was felt again on the volleys. I found it a little to light for me, especially when under fire. So concluding, this could be a nice racket for someone who wants to play from the baseline with lots of spin potencial and a decent power rating. I think that baseliners with a rating between 3.5-5.0 should give it a try. Maybe with a little added weight on the head it would be better for even higher baseliners. By the way I would rate myself around the 4.5 level, altough only from the rating description, since in Europe we do not measure it that way as you know.