Hey guys, so.... I am thinking about switching to a two-handed forehand (!) I've been playing for a few months... have a decent two-handed backhand- good control & I can get good pace if I time it right and really swing at the ball. It feels a zillion times better than my forehand. I'm trying to learn Eastern forehand, but it feels really awkward- I rarely get a shot that feels like it *pops* off the racquet. Most of the time, I feel like I'm kind of just pushing the ball or tapping it back to the opponent. (If I swing hard at it, it goes up really high, then drops near the baseline.. but it's not a nice arc over the net). It's hard to take a really good swing at it unless I close the racquet face and do the windshield wiper thing... but when I do that, it feels like I'm just skimming the ball, and it barely skims over the net and doesn't land very deep. (Although, doing it that way gives ok control over direction of the ball) Anyway, that method just doesn't seem like it's the right technique. I've played around w/ the semi-western forehand a little bit, but I can't seem to hit through the ball or get any kind of control over direction. It just flies up w/ a weird spin. Since my two-handed backhand works ok, I wonder if switching to a two-handed forehand might be a good idea? I've tried it w/ my Rhand on bottom & it feels pretty good. If I do it that way, I wouldn't have to switch grips for forehand/backhand. But, the two-handed forehand looks kind of ugly :| ... I don't know, should I keep going trying to improve my one-handed forehand? Or switch to two-handed?