I've been screwing around with racket frames for a while now. I really liked the way the RDX MP played when I first hit with it. But, I've realized that it's not as maneuverable as I truly desired. There was something about the Volkl Tour 10 MP and mid and the Diablo MP that I really liked. Both rackets felt easier to handle but the Tour 10 MP felt a tad heavy and not as light in the swing weight and wasn't as head light as I prefer. The Diablo MP felt awesome in my hands but I've seen the lack of stabilty that people have talked about --especially on my slice backhand. Perhaps with the right lead tape combination, this would be my dream racket. The Diablo mid feels too heavy for me, as does the RDX mid. Also, I've realized that I prefer the Prince grips to the Yonex'. I generally like the Prestige MP, but it also feels a tad heavy. I like a slightly thinner beam--like 19 mm instead of 21-22. I was almost as excited as Triple B regarding the RDX MP. But today, I played with it for 2 hours and I realized that I really don't like the grip shape and also, the racket isn't as maneuverable as I thought. My forehand and serve were better with the Prestige MP. So, I'm back looking again...I know--paralysis by analysis. One stick I've yet to demo that sounds like it could have what these others don't--the Slazenger X1. It has the thinner beam, is very head light, is 95 square inches (which is probably better for me than 98 or 100) and has an ideal swing weight. I'll give it a try.