It's been about 2 weeks since I first strung up my racquets with the red stuff and I have to say it doesn't really feel like Red Code. I would compare it to Kirschbaum super smash instead, except it is a lot more comfortable. Stringing: Strung both racquets without any problems, weaving crosses was a breeze because of the very slick nature of the string. Notching during stringing was almost impossible because of how slippery the strings were, which was awesome. The one thing that irks me was how much the strings pulled after pulling tension, at 60lbs I had to re-tension it about 3 times before it settled down. Other than that, it was very pleasant. First day of play: Very unforgiving and lacking a bit of power, that was only about 30 minutes in before I started to get used to it. From there I started to really love this string! Groundstrokes were penetrating the court easily and I could control any shot, especially the slice backhand which I killed my opponents with. Volleys and other touch shots were amazing, very soft and I could feel every ball. Serves were okay, didn't really have any pluses compared to shaped polys or more powerful strings. Enjoyed the slice outwide. Day 2-5: Felt amazing after the initial tension loss which felt like I lost 3lbs in tension, which really helped. Nothing changed since the initial tension loss and everything was fine until I broke it on a framed shot at the top. 12 hours in, not a bad string wish I could have played it a little more but that's enough hours to come up with a conclusion. Conclusion: Stringing: 10/10 Groundstrokes: 8/10 Serves: 6/10 Volleys and touch shots: 8/10 Price: 10/10 Tension maintenance(12 hours): 8/10 Very good string for the price, I would suggest getting the 1.24mm(17g) string because the 1.19mm string is insane. At around $40 a reel this a great slick colored poly to play with.