1. Solid feel. Not hollow. Not flimsy. 2. Stable. Put some added weight in the hoop where everyone puts lead. It's silly that nearly every experienced player using the PS 85 has to add lead. Don't make the racquet too light. 3. 3/4" grip option. I'm willing to pay $50 more just for a grip I don't have to build up. 4. Consider weighting proportionally to grip size, so people with large grips don't end up with racquets that feel like the grip is too light. 5. Thicker beam than PS 85, but not excessively thicker. 6. Highest quality dark leather grip. 7. Subdued cosmetics. Glossy black with a single thin pinstripe might be nice. 8. Keep PS 85's string density (regarding the size of the gaps). 9. Don't make the hoop whippy like the PS 6.0 95. Keep it just as crisp, or crisper than the 85. 10. Use the same materials as the SV PS 85 (braided graphite and kevlar), possibly with a bit more stiffness (boron?).