Just writing this out in case anyone is interested and also for my own records of what I'm doing, lol. After trying to read through all the threads, posts, and what not... just seemed like I should try both set ups and see what I prefer. Based on descriptions, it seems like the polarized set up suits me better, but I guess I'll find out. I started with my two stock racquets, Yonex RDiS 300 MidPlus. The specs of this racquet are as follows: Head Size: 100 sq. in. Length: 27 inches Strung Weight: 315 grams Balance: 4 points Head Light Swingweight: 319 Stiffness: 62 ***I set up my racquets with help from xFullCourtTenniSx's guide and the TWU Customization Tool. Depolarized Racquet: I added 8 grams in total. 1 gram at both 3 and 9 o'clock, for a total of 2 grams. 6 grams at 7 inches from the butt cap of the racquet. Polarized Racquet: I added 8 grams in total as well. 4 grams at 12 o'clock, and 4 grams at 1 inch from the butt cap of the racquet. Using a makeshift balance board (I pretty much just spread out a measuring tape on a table and placed a dowel over it, seemed to work fine): the balance of the two racquets are mostly unchanged, and are both practically the same. Obviously I wasn't being TOO precise, but it's close enough for my testing purposes. Initial Impressions: Right off the bat, I finally understood what everyone meant by the depolarized set up being "stable". Just from holding and comparing the two racquets, the depolarized racquet had a much more "dense" and stable feeling. Probably since all the weight is at the center of the racquet. On the other hand, the polarized racquet was the complete opposite. So far I like the feel of the polarized set up more, but I won't make my decision until I've hit with both of them. Playing Style: I'm an all court player. Semi-western forehand which I typically use to hit lots of top spin with. I usually rely on beating my opponents with top spin, rather than powering through with flatter shots. Two handed backhand which I hit flatter than my forehand. Volleys are okay, but is the weakest part of my game (I have a habit of taking my eye off the ball and watching my opponent). I can serve well, or at least for my level. I mostly hit spin serves (slice first, top spin or slice second), with the occasional flat. Anyway, I'll be hitting tomorrow with a friend, so I'll post some feedback on the racquets afterwards. Comments are welcomed! Actually, they are preferred... would rather not be talking to myself in a thread.