Hey everyone, I've been contemplating this for a while, and I've finally resolved to make a detailed record of my current journey to find my perfect string set-up. However, before I can choose a string, I have to find the tension. So, for the next two weeks, I'll be posting my input on the high vs low tension idea (62 lbs. vs 30 lbs.). Inevitably, I'll also be critiquing the string combination. So, my first trial will be on a 30 lb. set up of a hybrid of Live Wire XP 18 (mains) and Spiky Shark 17 (crosses). I normally use a full bed of poly, but starting with a new slate, I'll be using the same hybrid at 62 lbs as my control since that's the tension that I normally use. Be back within the next two days on my first taste of this! -Ted By the way, to clear any confusion, the purpose of this first experiment is to comment on the general differences between the two tensions AND give a detailed review of the hybrid, which if I'm correct, is fairly new since I've heard of this (I'm just using these two since they are the only poly and multi's that I had in stock at the moment). This first experiment is simply based on the physics of tennis where the lower the coefficient of friction between the strings should create greater spin potential. My hypothesis is that the lower tension and the multi (mains)/poly (crosses) should do just this.