Originally Posted by Mick3391
The two guys at the pro shop broke strings in a couple hours, many on the review board broke strings, and when I played the strings frayed like crazy.
They'll sell a ton of them and make a bunch of dough for a short time, then it will die out, you'll never see a pro play one, good players can get as much spin with most top of the line racquets.
That's too bad. The frame seems like a lot of fun, but not overly practical. One of the guys I hit with quite frequently, breaks full ALU in his Prestige Mid in just under 2 hours on average. I doubt he'll be demoing this stick! Haha!
That does make sense though, they'll make a ton of cash on 4G because they are basically marketed hand in hand with each other, but I wonder if the Steam will stand the test of time till the next release. I did hear however, that they want to have the S pattern in player frames next cycle. I'd love to try a 6.1 95 in the S pattern.