I started playing tennis 5 years ago -practicing 3-5 times per week. My first racquet was a Prince ozone 104 headsize. after a couple of months I switched to a K95, experimented with lighter frames but I ended up playing with K90 and PS 6.0 85. Whenever I tried to pick a lighter frame it felt like it was not like a proper racquet, it felt fake, cheap, like a plastic board. I love the feel of those thin boxy beamed racquets, I love the feel of their mass behind my shots. The last couple of years I did not have time to play often. a couple months ago I started playing again (4-5 times a week). The problem is that even during my peak time in tennis I could not utilize a racquet like the K90 or the PS 6.0 85. They were like F1 cars that I could not drive them full throttle because I lacked the power and probably the skill. Now although I still play with them my level of play drops significantly after a set. The speed of my serve goes down massively. I hit mainly flat forehands (very moderate spin) and one hand backhands. I like to come to the net but don't serve& volley. My serve is weak and I don't break strings in any case. The truth is that I can't take advantage of the full potential of my racquets. So I'm thinking to switch to a lighter frame. I want it to be thin beam for sure and headlight...but more forgiving and easier to swing and maintain a good level of play. I am considering 2 sticks. First the Wilson Pro Staff 95 BLX (16x19) and the Prince Tour Diablo MidPlus (16x18 ) . If the switch does not satisfy me I will go back to the K90 and the PS 6.0 85 and never look back again. Please share your thoughts with me. I'd like to hear your recommendations. PS: my current set up is a K90 (VS touch mains/Luxilon supersense monotec crosses @ 48lbs) and PS 6.0 85 (Gosen OG sheep micro @ 44lbs).