Quick question guys. I plan on getting a 2nd Yonex racquet. I'm currently looking at the RQiS Tour (RQT) or the RDiS 200 (RD2). I was hoping you could help me choose. My current racquet is the RQiS XL 95 and I put 6 grams at the 3&9. RQiS Tour A bit skeptic about the RQT, because of the weight. When I lead up my stick to 11.9 ounces, my shoulder started acting again. Also, I may put 3 grams to the 3&9 if I get the RQT, and I'm not sure that's enough to give me the plow I need. Anything more and I maybe booking more appointments to the doctor. There's also the tapered beam. I know it's supposed to give me torsional stability and I'm pretty sure I'd have to add more lead to my current stick if it didn't have the same tapered beam, but I also tend to frame shots with the smaller spin window. Speaking of spin, I just love the 16x18 pattern of my own stick and the spin I get with it. The pattern also allows me to go full poly. I'm pretty sure I'll get the same ridiculous spin on the RQT or even more! Another good thing about the RQT is the price! And it's also one of the most beautiful racquets in the world. I could only imagine how black/red looks with the excellent glossy paint finish of Yonex. RDiS 200 This may be a safer pick of the two. About 11.7 ounces, it only needs a little tweaking to get to my desired specs. However.... It's 98 inches. I've used 95 inchers all my tennis life and I'm perfectly happy with it. This may sound stupid, but I always thought as far as racquets you go for the smallest and the heaviest you can. Since I've never used a larger headsize I don't really know what part of my game I'd lose by going slightly larger. There's also the price. It's still expensive! Can you guys compare the two sticks once leaded to your specs? Both racquets are very similar already yet has subtle differences. The RD2 has a larger headsize but I'm sure the RQT has more spin potential. Leaded up to the same weight, I can see the RQT getting more pop from the baseline too.