I've noticed on some frames that the Babolat retainer is not such a great support. The wedge shape can apply pressure vertically to the throat of the frame rather than simply opposing the pulling force of the mains. The two separate supports work well most of the time instead of the Babolat retainer, but on some frames the throat is rounded and smaller than the outside beam width. On these frames the Babolat retainer is really the only choice, and on some of the frames if you're not careful the problem I mentioned before occurs, and in some cases I think it is unavoidable. What I would like is something similar to the Babolat retainer but with a more vertical center post like most 6 point systems have. I thought about trying to modify the existing retainer, but I think it might not work quite right with the dimensions and the throat would move too far forward on the mounting platform. Has anyone else noticed this, and what if anything did you do about it?