Dunlop's seem to be quite well respected on here, but there is a wide range to choose from so the praise is generally spread over a few models.
The 200 range is very popular with those liking a heaving stick and the 500 with those liking a lighter more power orientated racket.
I am somewhere in the middle and find the 300 in stock form to suit me just right. The 98sq head size is just right to have that control feel without being too small, the weight and balance is nice and manouvrable and the power level is such that I can take a firm hit at the ball and maintain enough control to not send it flying into the back fence.
With the range that Dunlop has, there really is something that would suit most players.
"Tennis is just chess with balls."
Prince Classic Graphite 100, Prince Exo3 Graphite 93...who knows...who cares.