I am crazy guy, who changes racquets often. But to be honest, I'm tired of this constant search for the ideal stick I tried almost all brands, different models, but I still can not find excellent specs for me :-| I now have on the scope is not very familiar to me brand, Tecnifibre. only experience with them-TF SpeedFlex 315 (2011). Very harsh stick, loss of maneuverability, not for me. Now my main stick Wilson K 6.1 18x20. Very good racquet, but not very suitable for my feeble hands. I read the reviews on TW, and many compare this stick with VO2 Max series, 320 and 325. Specs K 6.1 closer to 325 more than 320, but I was apprehensive some things in 325, especially stiffness and swingweight. They are very similar unsympathetic for me SpeedFlex 315 . But maybe I'm wrong, and these sticks have little in common. Below I'll list the best and worst racquets for me, which may help to advise me to make the right choice. the best -Wilson 6.1, n-code and k-factor version, 18x20 -Head FP Radical Tour -Yonex RDS 001 MP -Yonex RQiS 2 Tour ( clay only, on fast courts, I had some problems with it, especially at the serve return) -Head MG Extreme Pro -Wilson BLX Pro Open (with 15 grams lead tape) -Head Youtek Speed MP 18x20 the worst -Prince O3 White MP (lack control, more head heavy than specs IMO) -Babolat GT Pure Storm Ltd 2009 (unrealistically small sweet spot is smaller than a tennis ball ) -Yonex RQiS Tour XL 95 (very open string pattern+thick beam-the worst combination for me) -Head LM Radical OS (I prefer a stiffer stick) -Donnay Pro One International 95 -Dunlop 200, M-Fil and Aerogel As you can see from my list, I have no clear preference for the string pattern. The style of my game-SW forhand, 1HBH, 4.0 ntrp, baseliner, prefers long rallies, but now I'm trying to play a more active, more risky strokes to win Hopefully, such a large amount of information about me to help with the right advice Thanks to everyone who responds to this topic Also added a poll, if the "other" in the topic name, what would you advise?