hey guys & gals -- been playing tennis for over 15 years. not sure about my player level, etc but i do play alot (so not fresh to the sport by any means). i have been using a dunlop revelation for the past 8-10 yrs. now i know dunlop really doesnt have a stick like this per say any more in their arsenal, but im trying to attempt to find a replacement. why? well, really i have no reason to at all. its just been a long time since i have seen where racquet technology has gone, so while i dont really need to buy anything, trying to see if anything would actually help my game. some aspects of my game: **semi-western grip on the forehand with LOTS of top spin **2 handed backhand with top spin and im using my 1 handed slice backhand alot too **pretty decent to fast 1st serve. usually flat however spin it when needed **major american twist for the 2nd serve **i swing pretty hard on my forehand with an open stance **i do enjoy playing the net as much as i can the key to my continued use of the dunlop revelation is the fact its 95 sq in (dont ever want a stick more than 100) and it has GREAT power. its a wider frame and i usually just stick with top spin syn string (as i tend to break strings alot too). i have demo'ed these racquets recently, but just havent found the power im looking for with any of them: babolat aeropro drive with cortex: **nice stick but not enough power. **no vibration at all, kinda stiff but not too badd babolat pure drive roddick racquet with cortex: **i dont think the demo strings were anything higher than 52 **very hard for me to keep the ball in the baseline **decent to good power, but again not sure if the strings were where i would have em if it was mine volki DNX: **way toooo stiff, offered nothing worthwhile to my game head microgel extreme & head microgel radical: **great control on my groundstrokes and serve - but again no major power **these racquets weighed alot (or so if felt like it). after the 1st set i really didnt want to serve with it anymore. required me to put alot of body motion into serving well. not sure why... yonex RDS 001: **light weight and felt good. i was able to swing really fast, but it has ZERO power. **good control, but really didnt help my game so as you can see i have demo'ed an assortment of sticks. i want something that is midplus with good to great power, but also offers some decent to good control. dunno if im asking for too much or not? regardless, i dont want to spend upwards of $150 for a new stick and never play with it. thanks in advance for any advice.