In the past year, I've bought multiple racquets of the same brand and same model and that have the same grip size marked on the frame and even on the bare handles themselves (without grips), but the handles are noticeably different in grip size. Some are bigger and some are smaller. This confuses me because the handles are not part of the frames and are molded onto the frames after the frames have been produced. How do they mess this up? Each grip size has a different mold and they just fill the mold up with the handle material to make the handle. How can there be so much inconsistency in handle molds of the same exact grip size? Don't they check the molds before putting them into production to make sure they are all the same exact size? This has happened to me with a few different brands, so it's not really brand specific. So now, not only do we have to put up with specs (i.e., weight, balance, swingweight, etc.) that are all over the map for supposedly identical frames, we now also have to put up with different grip sizes for the same marked grip size? Very frustrating indeed as the differences grip size is the first thing you feel when you pick up a racquet. Has this also happened to other people?