Ok, Ive finally realized that I need to stop demoing after 4 months and decide on a racquet. I should improve my game by playing more and practicing than by trying to find a racquet that will make me better. Heres a bit about my game: I play 1 singles for my highschool team. Ive got an aggressive forehand that's usually hit with heavy topspin. One handed slice and topspin backhand. I try to follow my shots to the net when my opponent is out of position and I like to mix in serve and volley as well. My serve is my weakest area, gotta work on my technique more to keep it consistent. I think I've got it narrowed to about 2 or 3. The tecnifibre tfight 320 16x20, Head Microgel Radical Pro, or the Pure Storm. With the tecnifibre I've had strong groundstrokes on both sides, everything felt solid and stable. Only drawback was the serve. I had trouble hitting the sweet spot especially when trying to put spin on it. I was able to hit serves much better with the Microgel, and I could get some nasty kick on second serves. Groundstrokes were decent, but the racquet felt almost too heavy. I had trouble getting the racquet around in time for shots that landed right on the baseline. The pure storm (the older version, I dont think tennis warehouse sells them anymore) was easily the best racquet for serving. Groundstrokes had tons of spin on them. I'm concerned though that the light weight might make handling volleys and fast paced shots a little difficult. Any opinions or input would be greatly appreciated.