Hi, what kind of durability are you getting out of Silverstring 1.20 at high tensions (60-65) on a constant pull machine? I just blew threw two hybrid setups (synthetic crosses) of them in 5-40 minutes each hitting on a ball machine. I hit with to be honest the most spin that most players even open, all state, etc. players have said they've ever played against. People used to also say about me that they've NEVER seen anyone break strings as fast as me. This said, I have to say that the durability has me dissapointed a bit. Dissapointed me, because this is BAR NONE, hands down the best poly string I have EVER used. It gives a sharp, biting response, incredible spin AND power, but most of all the most predictable string bed response I've ever gotten from any string ever (a paradox that defies all logic, I know). I feel like whatever I try, I know the string will offer NO surprises and simply follow orders with no back talk to it's master like some of those other diva strings out there. This said, it may just not be compatible with my hitting style. I know I'm kind of an unusual case. However, one thing I've noticed about this string is that it's incredibly reslient, zingy, and responsive...like a dynamic LIVE wire...in other words, yet as compared to other polys I've tried, it also feels somewhat brittle at higher tensions. It's a "charged" dyanmic feeling string, and yet also on the stiffer side. Somehow, my thinking is that these two things don't go well together at higher tensions and that's gonna lead to very easily snapped strings on you're more balistic shot contacts. Anyone else feel this way? A string which gave me a similar crisp, sharp, dynamic, and zingy response was Rab Monoflex. That was the one other poly that I would snap regularly as fast or faster than synthetic guts (i.e. in about 5 to 45 minutes or so). I really wanted to love that string too, but at higher tensions it gave me the same uncertain feeling that it was prone to *brittle* snapping if I really let loose at maximum velocity. It just seems that a feeling of "lively", dynamic performance in a naturally stiff string plus higher tensions results in brittle results. Put it this way, gut frays...but it's still there. Strings like Monoflex and Silverstring for me don't fray, they just decide to randomly explode and snap if you REALLY decide to whack it with force. This said, it was a very cold night, so that may have had something to do with it (makes strings play tighter). Under warmer conditions, they *didn't* snap after a full ball machine session. Anyway, just wondering if anyone's had similar issues with Silverstring at lower tensions. I tried it at 55lbs. as well, but cut it out after about twenty minutes or so of on and off hitting. At this tension, while the peformance was still there and it was definitely no longer jarring my elbow, it didn't give me that exciting, HYPER crisp response I enjoyed, at least "feel" wise, at the higher tensions. Oh well, regardless, I think I'm going to have just save the Silverstring for special occasions and for others now. Blue Gear isn't the best feeling string, but it also doesn't become brittle at high tension under significant pace. Maybe it's just me?