I've been looking around for good adult tennis camps - and looking around, it looks like Newcombe (http://www.newktennis.com/tennis-academy-72.html) gives me the most bang for the buck. I'm not looking for some pansy 3 hour morning lesson and have the entire afternoon "free". I want tennis morning, afternoon, and evening (if possible) - and Newcombe seems to have that spirit (correct me if I'm wrong). But the question I have - especially for those of you who have been there before - is whether you think that a 4.0 (or a high 3.5) will benefit greatly from the experience. I've seen some great reviews thanks to the power of search (http://tinyurl.com/yllmxkv), but most do not really say what level the people who went were - and I'd assume there's some difference between men & women. (1) Do you think a 4.0 would benefit well? What level are most of the players in your camps? Do they divide the players so that players around the same level are in their own groups? For example, I don't expect 3.0's to be mastering half-volleys, backhand topspin lobs, or doing formation/signaling practice in doubles - they would benefit more from fundamental practices and drills. (2) Also besides from cutting down on price, what do you think between going there alone vs. dragging someone along? (3) Now that winter is coming, will weather be a factor? What happens if it rains? Even if they have some indoor courts - since there is total less courts available, will it significantly affect your experience there? Any other advice?