I am sure that most of you have read countless reviews of the PC600 however since I just purchased two brand new ones from the "famous auction site" I thought I would share my experiences. I know that are numerous re-incarnations of the Prestige Classic. I am guessing that the ones I have are fairly recent, however if somebody could look at my pics and inform me where mine fits into the timeline I would be most greatful. Swingweight - The first thing that I noticed after picking up these babies is that they were rather hefty. However, the swingweight did not seem to be as high as I would have thought prior to playing. I predict it to be around 330g. Definitely easier to swing than its Liquidmetal counterpart. Groundstrokes - Getting used to the racket took me about half and hour. However, after this period, the racket was a dream to use on groundstrokes offering power, control and arm friendliness. On both the forehand and backhand sides I found myself hitting with pin point accuracy in addition to ample power. Hitting the sweetspot was a like a dream, however I must add that off center hits were not pleasant at all. Serves - As was expected this racket is an unbelieveable serving weapon. I hit mostly flat serves and for this the racket was exceptional. I was surprised at how despite the heft of the stick you could really swing it so easily during the service motion. Volleys - Being a baseliner I did not spend sufficient court time on this aspect. However from the few volleys I hit, the racket was not lacking in this department either. Leather grip - Previously I have always used overgrips on my rackets however I am now stuck between two minds. The leather grip on this stick is really comfortable as well as beautiful. To maintain that classic feel I am tempted to just play with the leather grip.... Conclusion - Having recently purchased a Wilson HPS 6.0 Tour, I have to say that this stick is far harder to get accustomed to. At this moment in time it would be difficult for me to choose a winner between the two. What I definitely did notice is that when the preparation and footwork for the strokes was sufficient the PC600 was awesome. Hope you guys enjoy the review + pics !!