I have been stringing my racquet for almost 6 months now with a modified proportional string method. Let's say I want to have a 50 lbs string job on a 16x20 frame. What I do is I pull the 2 center mains at 50 lbs, then the next hole is 49, then 48, 47, 45, 42, 38 and 32. I start the crosses at 32, then to 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 48, 47, 46, 45, and so on. When I do the string job this method and use a Gamma string tension meter to check the tension of the mains and crosses, they seem to be consistant throughout the racquet. All the mains register around 43lbs and all the crosses register around 30lbs. When I string a racquet the regular way with 50 lbs all around, I find that the tensions towards the sides and upper and lower parts of the stringbed is tighter. This leads me to believe the sweet spot is smaller when strung the conventional way. My question is: Does my modified proportional stringjob open up the sweetspot? I know it is better for my arm when I mishit as the shock is not as harsh felt. This definitely takes more time to string but I feel it is worth it. What are your thoughts?