Who have they hired in their marketing department? R&D seems to be coming along well and I think we have seen the last MORE racquet in the NXG. In fact, I would bet that the NXG was so far down the pipeline that they pretty much HAD to release it. It's not a bad frame but a Wilson Profile has more feel to it. Anyway, now Prince has added the Turbo Beast in neon lime green and their new promotion can be seen at www.princeshark.com . Why would any sane person who is serious about tennis buy a racquet called the Turbo Shark? Their Force 3 racquets have better names. I kinda like Tour Harrier DB but the word is that this kick-butt frame won't be released in the States. Head, Wilson and Babolat seem to be gaining in dominance on tour, and in all likelihood Dunlop/Slazenger will be a joke in a few years (what a shame). Do you think Prince will fall by the wayside or get their act together?