I've been digging Tier One's Black Knight. Pretty soft with decent spin potential and also cheap especially when Tier One has their sales. I also have found Vokl Cyclone Tour (not hot on its tension maintenance though), Gosen Polylon Comfort, and Genesis Black Magic to be soft co-polys. The...
I'm just going to mention the Head Graphite Edge ( correctly if my wrong but it predates the Pro Staff by a few years) here because, if my memory serves me correctly, more club players were using it than the Pro Staff in my area but few actual pros used it.
Item Description (Brand/Model/Year): Head Youtek IG Innegra Prestige Mid
Grip Size / Size: 4 1/4
Head Size (if a racquet): 93
Condition (x out of 10): 9.0
*Specific Time Used (must give specific time, must be over 30 minutes): 8 hours
*General Description (including any cosmetic...
I like the Trinitis, too. They seem to really hold their bounce and their cover much longer than regular balls. The one issue I do have with the Triniti's is that that have a slighter harder feel (although not as hard as pressureless balls).
Actually I am right. Do you have both? I did (do) and by experience with both I found that just because something is a bit smaller or larger doesn't make it more or less portable. Both the Slinger and SP don't fit into my trunk so both travel in my back seat. The Slinger is much easier to...