I have had previous shoulder and wrist injuries that just continuously plague me while playing tennis. I tend to injure my shoulder most when hitting high forehands and the first few serves of the day. Here are some of the racquets I have tried with varying success: Prince Tour Diablo Midplus, Dunlop 300G OS, Prince Ozone Tour Midplus, Boris Becker 11 Light, Volkl DNX 6 Attiva, Volkl C10 Pro, Wilson n3, Wilson n5 Force Midplus, Head Protector Midplus, and I'm probably forgetting some. I like to play with racquets with a midplus headsize, open string pattern, head-light balance, flexible frame, control-oriented, and a long enough handle for a 2-handed backhand. However, at this point my main concern is a racquet with the most comfort possible. I want to be completely disconnected from the ball with no feel at all. I know it'll be hard to play tennis like that, but that's pretty much my only option at this point it seems. So far, the Wilson n3 is the only racquet that I have not had arm problems with. I also didn't play much with the Head Protector, and it might've fit the bill as well. The n3 and the Head Protector had too much power for me, but I'll play with those if I don't have any better options. My favorite racket performance-wise is the Prince Ozone Tour Midplus. My current racket is the n5 Force Midplus with added weight in the handle. It has fixed my wrist problems, but not my shoulder problems. It also has a little too much power for me. Are any of the old Triads extremely comfortable? I'll probably try to demo a Fischer racquet with the GDS system and the new Wilson k5 midplus and OS. Any suggestions for racquets are greatly appreciated. Thanks!