Strings, strings, strings! They are the most important thing to a tennis player. Find the strings that you like and stick with them. If it happens to be poly, then so be it. If that's the case, then find a softer frame to put the poly in.
Point is, the racquet is actually not that important. As long as it meets a few requirements that are in your "wheelhouse", such as:
then it doesn't really matter what label is on it. I'm sure there's a softer frame that meets your needs. But don't compromise by keeping the frame and choosing softer nylon strings. It's the strings that touch the ball, not the frame.