Originally Posted by Fearsome Forehand
You could try a wood racket.
F200 Carbons are very flexy
but probably in the 85 to 90 inch range. A lot of the older rackets have noticeable flex even more so than the mid 1990's PT280/630 which seems stiff compared to some older rackets. The marketing trend has been towards lighter, stiffer frames for some time now even with the players rackets. Most seem too stiff and too light to me and lack feel
I actually used the Rossignol F200 Carbon
and loved the plush, buttery feel
as well as the innovative open 16/17 string pattern. The Pacific X Feel Tour
is the first modern racquet I hit with that has a similar silky smooth feel. Best thing is, despite the flex and lively feel, the X Feel Tour surprisingly is as powerful as other (but stiffer and more muted feeling) modern frames.