I have this racquet in my arsenal that I bought one day because I needed a spare to play a group session and had just broken all my strings on my other racquets. So I ran to Dick's and bought the cheapest decent racquet I could find. I bought a Prince Power Line Lob Ti 500 mid+ racquet ($50 but on sale for $40). I bought it because it was only 1 out of 2 racquets in their entire store that were not OS. Stats are as follows: Head: 97" Strung weight: 295g (10.4 oz) Pattern: 14M x 18C (never seen 14M pattern before) Balance: 8pt HL Material: Graphite/Fusionlite Anyways it was ok at first but the more I play with it, and compare it to my Prince NXG mid, the more I don't like it. It seems like there is no stability and it is almost impossible to hit the sweet spot. It is like the most unforgiving racquet I have ever played with. Forget about trying to volley with this thing. Even the $25 cheapos made of aluminum are easier to play with than this thing. What is wrong with these specifications? It is very light overall and HL, which doesn't seem right since most light racquets are HH. As far as size, my NXG is 92" and has what seems like a larger sweetspot than this thing. Could it be the odd string pattern? Could it be a bad string job by the manufacturers? It barely ever makes the popping noice when you do hit the sweetspot. Experts help!