Thin beam and flexible? I just can't decide. I like the Donnay Pro One a lot, but maybe, just maybe it's a touch too flexible for me? I also tried the Fischer M Comp 95, and spec wise, I feel like they should be very very similar, but they don't really feel like it to me. I really like the deep ball pocketing feeling, but w/ the Fischer it feels "dead" or "numb" or something... I can't quite put my finger on it, but it lacks feeling. It's only a 20mm beam in terms of its width, but it's kind of "thick" overall, you know what I mean? Its sort of rounded, so it isn't exactly a "skinny" beam. The donnay gives much much more feedback, which I love, but maybe with that thin a beam, it's a touch too flexible for me? I feel like... maybe lacking stability or something? Not sure. So now, during my demo process, I'm wondering if I should be considering thin beam (for control and feel that I desire), but a tad stiffer for more... I dunno, more of a solid feel? I'm also demoing the PK Redondo. Nice. Horrible leather grip on it though, feels like it's going to slip out of my hands. Need to put an overgrip on and try again. Given that I like the following quite a bit (but am not 100% convinced that any is THE racquet for me), any other recommendations? Like: Gamma T-7 (with about 8g of lead in handle; too light in stock form) Donnay Pro One Mid PK Redondo 98 Just OK: Fischer M Comp 95 What else might fit the bill, based on my like of those listed?