Hi, I know you're a huge help on these boards and particulary, with Volkl rackets. A couple of years ago, I used a Tour 10 MP. I liked it a lot and played well with it but I really wanted a little more head lightness and slightly more pop. I like the thinner beamed rackets most of the time (19-21mm). I've demoed, the Cat-8--didn't like it. I've demoed, the V-8--was okay but not enough plow through ability. I've tried the MP Gen II and the V-Engine 10. Both good rackets. However, I'm looking for a swing weight closer to 312-317 and head lightness at round 7-10 pts. I also prefer static weight of no more than 11.5. I actually like 11 oz or even 11.3. 12 oz (like the Gen II or the VE 10) felt a little heavy. My question is whether you think the DNX 9 would be a good fit. I'm a heavy hitting baseliner who hits some big topspin and flat balls. Can pop the serve and like to mix in some drop shots. Play a power baseline game. I tried the VE-9 and the Tour 9 but didn't really like them a bunch. The DNX 10 has a little heavier weight than I'd prefer. I'm thinking the DNX 9 or the DNX 10 295. I'm not sure the latter would provide enough pop, given the dense string pattern, the lightness of the racket and the 19 mm beam. But, maybe it would. Compared the Tour 10 MP, how would the DNX 9 or the DNX 10 295 be an upgrade? Specifically for "pop", for maneuverability, etc. I can't demo either of these rackets as I see them nowhere here in the states. Thanks a bunch.