Okay here is the new edited version of the original version of the message. I see many tennis racquet companies with many 100 sq inch head racquets and a few 98. I'm curious why they are making so many 100 rather than 98s? The difference is only two inches. What would be the purpose of this? For the past 15 or so years I have been using a 95 Sq Inch Wilson Jim Courier and was used to that. I still use the Wilson but on occasions because my new racquet is the Head Microgel Radical MP which is 98. It makes me wonder if most the makers will stop making 98 an go for 100 sq inch over time and I think that the bigger the racquet the more bulky. I don't want to head in that direction and get addicted to a bigger head size. 98 is where I prefer to stop but a lot of cool racquets are 100 or above. Back in high school in the '80s when Prince came out with oversized racquets they looked gigantic. I mean people were still using wood racquets or graphite but the newer graphites from other brands were not that big (think Pro Kennex, Head Arthur Ashe, Wilson T-2000 (I know that's steel), Original Pro Staff).