I have been a Tecnifibre fan for quite a while having spent a season or three with the TFight 335. I have been using the Volkl C10 Pro for a while now having found it to be a little more arm friendly than the 335 and I have really enjoyed it. I liked the C10 so much in fact that I thought that I might not buy another type of racquet for years to come. Then along came the new TF320. The first thing you notice about the new 320 is how ugly and cheap looking it is. This is especially pronounced when it is placed side by side with the previous TFight series which were, IMHO, some of the best looking and most nicely finished racquets ever produced. After this less than sellar first impression I told myself that perhaps the TF would be beautiful on the inside and on that score I was not disappointed. Coming from the C10 the characteristics of the new TF were magnified. The TF felt incredibly crisp as opposed to the smooth and muted feel of the C10. While both racquets provide more than ample power the TF is on another level. I found serving, the one weakness of the C10 (if you could even call it a weakness), to be fantastic. Generating a powerful flat serve is effortless as is producing a heavy kicker. I find that returning with this racquet is great with depth and directional control aplenty. Similarly ground strokes are heavy with great pace, however, this racquet can be pushed around by really heavy hitters and would likely benefit from a bit of lead. At net I am a bit surpised by the touch shots that I am able to produce with this stick given its power and stiffness. I find that with this frame put away shots are a snap both at net and in the backcourt. One thing that I find somewhat shocking is the power of this racquet. I initially strung it up at 55 lbs. but had to jump up to 62 ibs. to tame the power. This also improved the control of the frame a good bit. Another surprise is the comfort of this racquet especially given its stiffness. I read somewhere that TF put gel in the grip to dampen vibration. If that is the case then they have been successful! In closing I would say that this is a fantastic racquet. Not better than the C10 just different. The difference between the two is, to me at any rate, an important one. I say this because I feared that I would, given my arm problems, never again be able to use a slightly stiffer/really crisp racquet ever again and the TF 320 has put that fear to rest. As much as I love the C10, and I do love it, the new TF320 has the type of feel that I have always loved in a comfortable user friendly package. C10s anyone?