Hi guys. This is a great forum. Hope I can contribute in months to come. Here's the deal - I'm a 32 year old guy who played a ton of tennis growing up, along with football, basketball and baseball. I played local and even regional tournaments until I was about 16. I am about 6'2'', 235 lbs and bench press 330 lbs+, but am slow as molasses. I have not played tennis regularly in a decade - just every once in a while. I'm trying to make it a priority, drop some pounds, improve my cardio fitness and generally try to regain some agility. Plus, I just love the sport. I always have. Anyway, I hit with a pro twice this weekend and was really pleased with the relative lack of rust on my game. In the late 1980s, I switched from the Wilson Pro Staff to the Prince Graphite 110, and I bought the update of this frame last year - the Price Graphite Classic 110. This is essentially the only racquet I've played with for more than 15 years. The frame is strung at 67 and I used to go as high as 70, which is well, well above what they recommend these days. Here's my situation - I have a labrum problem in my right shoulder from baseball that has acted up recently. I can still play and it won't get worse, but I was wondering whether I should maybe consider accessing some of the newer technology. I don't have to have an oversize racquet, maybe just a mid plus. Should I just restring at a lower tension, or should I consider making a switch? Any advice on some models I should try would be greatly appreciated. I don't want a big change, but maybe something that will give me a little bit of help.