A Buddy of mine purchased a racquet on the advice of one of the posters here. Apparently the kid was 13 and wasn't qualified to advise an adult 4.0 player. The racquet turned out to be a bust -- Babolat BallFighter, a junior frame, I think 23 inches. the kid was very articulate for his age and made an incredibly convincing argument, but the racquet just wasn't stable enough for my buddy. The Background: my buddy knows nothing about gear and doesn't take tennis seriously, he just happens to hit a nice ball and came to this sight for some help. He doesn't understand racquet specs, doesn't have the time or energy: tennis is an occaisional hobby that he happens to be good at, like every sport he plays. Anyway, once my friend played with the racquet and discovered the age of his advisor, he got upset. I assured him that there was a truly diverse mix of intelligent people here... and that there was good and bad advice to be had at every age level...and that I had received tons of great advice (which is true!).