I've recently cracked the frame on my ProKennex Laver Heritage SX and was getting ready to buy a new racquet when the thought hit me ... 'I wonder if there is any good reason why I shouldn't just buy a new recreational racquet every 3-6 months instead of buying a "better" racquet and having it restrung every 3-6 months." Checking the specs on a few recreational racquets was an interesting exercise -- and I'll tell you, finding the specs wasn't easy Looks to be a fairly wide variety in terms of weight, found some as light as 9.9 oz (Wilson Federer Signature, $19.99) and as heavy as 11.4 oz (Wilson Sampras, $19.99), but they all seem to be oversize, 110 inch. Admittedly, I haven't done a thorough search -- only checked about five racquets, all Wilsons -- so there might be other head sizes out there. Also, not all of the ones I could find specs on listed balance, but the ones that did were various degrees to the head light side. So, back to my question -- Is there really any good reason a 3.5 player shouldn't just buy a new $20 racquet every so often, as opposed to spending $100+ for a "good" racquet and then $25+ for restringing each time it needs it?