Originally Posted by corners
It's a nice frame that does everything pretty well and is perfectly suited to customization. It has rare feel for a 100 square inch racquet. There is nothing Babolat about it. You can learn some things by using racquets not suited to your level of play - like 12.5 ounce 90 square-inch frames, for example - but it's probably better to choose a stick that fits your game as it is now, and then add lead tape to make it suit your game even better as you advance your skills and figure out what racquet characteristics enhance or complement those skills.
Yeah heading into this purchase I knew I had some sort of customization with the racquet. Still learning about this stuff but ill learn to analyze my game more and maybe go out and start opening up my options. Thanks for all the advice guys!