Ok I have a situation that's been bothering me for the past week. When I was working at my local tennis club I had 3 customers come in (family) and the son wanted a new racquet and wanted one of the babolat's but could not decide. the boy had used a prince shark before and told me he wanted something with more power, comfort, and less feel because he didn't like string feedback and that he was a pure baseliner and hated the net. i told him that i thought the pure drive cortex or the aero pro drive cortex would have been good for him and since the weight was around the shark's ballpark i knew it'd be easy for him to pick up and play with. BUT THEN IN COMES MY BOSS!!!! My boss came in during the sale and once he realized that these people wanted to buy their son a racquet he immediatly showed them the Aero Blast. Now that may not seem like a big deal but we have a ton at the shop we haven't sold and he's been complaining that they're still here but he resorts to flat out lying to the boy to try to get him to buy it. The kid and parents were so naive that they bought 3 for their son. He told him that an OS gives more control than a mid or midplus. The OS racquets had more power but it was easily controlled than a mid plus. he lied saying that's his racquet of choice (uses pure control). to top it all off he lied saying it was my racquet of choice as well. I wanted to say something so bad as everyone who's come to me for racquet advice at my job has said such good things about me and I felt so bad letting that go. I know there's a possiblity that he'll like it but it's the principle that counts. The week before that a kid's grip ripped and he got mad because I gave him a grip of mine instead of letting him buy one. At this point i'm fed up, I have all the skill neccessary to work at any shop i want where i live but what do you think i should do if this happens again? He's also done this 3 times before when i was off...our records showed that he sold an aero storm to a 9 year old girl that came with her parents. 4 of those nanocarbon oversize racquets to an old man who said he wanted low stiffness. last he sold nsix-one tour 90 to a beginner which that was his first racquet. it just doesn't seem right. I'd rather sell ok and be honest and have people come back than lie and have good sales.