I know this topic has probably been given more attention than it deserves but I have some questions to ask and comments to make. I used the wilson tour 90 for over a year and used the 6.0 mid for the last 3 months. I have also used the super rd tour 90 and diablo mid intermittently. All these frames can be summarized as 'feel good' frames - they felt good at the net, it felt good to be using something demanding and most importantly, it felt good to be using something the top 3 players in the world of all time (Samp. Fed. and Edberg.) had used. But recently I find myself gravitating towards midplus frames that are not compromised in terms of weight - the c10 pro, the tour 10 gen II and for the last few days, the PK 5G. I feel like my game has been elevated by these frames, atleast my return of serve has been. The forgiving headsize is definitely a plus. I jumped from the 6.3 hammer midplus to the super rd tour and then continued with mid size frames without ever bothering to try MP frames purely because of ego and the 'good feel' I have mentioned earlier. But I have regained my senses and find I am playing with so much more ease against the babolat (generic term for light weight topspinny frames) wielding players. Handling balls around my shoulder on my 1HBH is so much more easier now. I am not trying to discourage anyone from using a midsize frame, I would never do that. My question to all you midsize frame users is this: Have you tried MP frames and found them unsuitable to your game or are you like me and look past the benefits of the MPs and stick with the mids to make yourself 'feel good'? What is your reason? Do you think your game will benefit by using something bigger without sacrificing weight?