Looking at the comparative RDC stats: Dunlop Max 200G 375/13.23/43/364 Dunlop Max 200G Pro 387/13.65/32/349 It looks like the Pro version, with lower flex and lower swing weight might be better for me, as a female, with elbow problems. The Pro certainly feels lighter to swing, in spite of its actual weight of 387 grammes. Weight over the years hasn't been a problem for me and I'm used to 12+ ounce racquets, but maybe I should be a little more careful now, with advancing years and elbow problems starting to show up. I have to admit I'm pretty clueless about all this, so would welcome expert advice from you 200G gurus. As an alternative, it seems the Yonex RX-28 and RX-32 sticks (both of which I have) might be a possibility, though with their traditional head shape, is it possible the sweet spot area would be smaller? I've read that the RX-32 is very easy on the arm and the RX-28 with RDC stats of 302/10.65/44/284, being quite a bit lighter, might also be a good candidate. Opinions and advice please.