I am currently using a Yonex VCORE 97 (330) racket. Been using it for only a week. I tend to hit with good precision, "driving" the ball with topspin and with good pace when I hit the ball cleanly. My serves are very good and consistent and my backhand slice and topspin are very good also. My forehand, which is my best shot, has been inconsistent as my timing is a bit off due to the fact that it is a new racket that I am getting used to. Before the VCORE I used the Aeropro (both Gt and the Cortex). With this racket I could be more creative and hit with more topspin, sometimes a bit loopy but with good angles. The Aeropro is maneuvarable as its lighter but feels less solid than the VCORE. Its also stiffer and less arm friendly than the VCORE. (I have yet to use the 2013 APD which is supposedly more arm friendly.) With the Aeropro, my game was good but a bit inconsistent. One day I could play great, the other average. My arm suffered a bit also when using full copoly. So, I have a more precise game with the heavier VCORE and a more topspin oriented game with the lighter APD. I enjoy both styles of play and using both rackets. But, is it a mistake to play with two different rackets if one is trying to improve his game and develop a style of play?I I think recreational tennis should be fun but I take my tennis pretty serious. My main goal is to be a better player.