Talking about feel and all, two days ago I would swear that none of the new racquets offered enough feel, but yesterday I tested the Wilson nBlade and was so surprised that I tried to come up with other factors that may have contributed for the good feeling I had with it... But it was the racquet and it was definitely good. I am one of these players that love old school feeling and I do not like the majority of the new (mid 90s and up) racquets. My old time favorite is the Dunlop MAX 200G and am still to find something that would even come close to it... But yesterday, I was almost blown away by the Wilson nBlade. No, it is not as good as the MAX 200G, but it offers a lot of feeling - more than any other racquet I have ever tried after the MAX 200G. In fact, I liked it so much that I anounced that I was going to switch to it, right after I was done hitting! This has only happened once in my life and that was when I tested the MAX 200G, 17 years ago... The only flaws I recorded with it were that it was a little lighter than I would have liked and that it seems to work better for one-handed backhand than for two-handed one. I am a two-hander... This made me sign up here and share my experience with you. Now, I have two questions (1) What are your experiences with it and (2) how does it compare to the Kennex Redondo C?