Well I went to a new stringer shop (not the one I usually go). Wanted to string my racquet at 63lbs. The stringer told me that it is not a wise thing to do, and he tells everyone that comes to his shop to string crosses 2 lbs less than the mains. Because, he said, if the crosses are too tight, it will make the racquet face smaller at 3 & 9. Even his customer in the shop told me the same. Now I dont know much about stringing, maybe he is right, but this just didn't make sense to me! I know that stringing both mains and crosses at same tension...most people do, I think! And I was never told something like this in a different stringer shop that I always go. But I just didn't know how to explain him that, it is not logical. (Or maybe I am wrong) As a matter of fact, at my usual stringer shop, on many instances I had higher tension on crosses than mains (when I have poly on mains and synthetic on crosses and that I want higher tension on crosses to take away from power) Btw- I live a developing country. None of these stringers are certified or anything. Does anyone have a suggestion? Thanks!