I love my Slazenger X-1s. Unfortunately, it appears that they are just a little to heavy for my shoulder for daily tennis. If I would stick to doubles, I'd probably survive, but I am unwilling to give up my fantasies of being a singles player. Given that it's the middle of USTA League tennis season, and the NTRP tournament season is fully underway, taking time off to seriously strengthen my shoulder muscles is not an option. Long term, it's the solution, but I have to play almost daily for the next 5-6 months. So, I'm looking for lighter racquet, between 10.5 and 11.5 oz strung, that offers me control, spin, power, stability and manueverability similar to that of the X-1, to get me through. And no, I don't expect a lighter racquet to play just like the X-1. I'm looking for similar, and well suited for my game. I'm a 4.0 Server-and-volley/all court player, who's working on going with a 1-handed backhand full time. My serve is my strongest shot, followed by my semi-western forehand and volleys - I need a racquet that caters to those shots, and doesn't suck on the backhand side. Experience has taught me that racquets that blunt my strengths frustrate me way too much. Raquetfinder suggested about 25 racquets based on the specs I fed it - these are the ones that interested me most: Power Angle 98/K Volkl Catapult 8 V-Engine Wilson nPS 95 Yonex MP-2i By Spec, the Yonex Nano Speed RQ 7 midplus looks like a possibility as well. Any thoughts on the above racquets? Any racquets not on the list for consideration that should be there?