I'll start by saying this: I realize that prince's power level rating is just to give a guideline as to how a racquet will play. Basically, they're just a way to compare racquets within the brand. Today, I demoed the Prince O3 Hybrid tour and the Speedport tour. The Hybrid tour is listed with a PL of 775. The Speedport tour is listed at PL 875. For comparison, my current frames are 700, 800, and 850. I hate the 850 (it's an oversize), and the 700 is my favorite of the three. From the start, the Hybrid wasn't working for me. Too powerful and lively. Frankly, I couldn't keep the ball on the court, and felt like I couldn't get enough spin on the ball. And when I tried serving, everything was landing halfway between the service line and baseline. I reluctantly picked up the speedport. Kinda figured that between the fact that I hate my frame that's rated 850 and that the 775 seemed too powerful, that there was no way I'd like the 875. But I found the opposite to be true. Spin was easy to create, as was power. But I could still place the ball right where I wanted it. Serves were awesome with it. I made 8/8 first serves I hit with it, and they were harder than what I hit with my normal frame. Pretty seriously considering buying this one now, even though I'm reluctant to spend $200 for a racquet. So, what's your take on Prince's Power levels? From my three frames before, I kinda thought they were reliable to gauge the racquet, but not so much anymore. Just surprises me that in my search for something with more control, the frontrunner ends up being a frame that, according to the manufacturer, should have more power/less control than my current frames.