I think that's the important thing. It feels great to rally with my 93P but it's less forgiving than my 107G and that makes a big difference in match playNot to say I couldn’t hit your average groundstroke or volley with either previous racquet (I love the PStrike 18x20, still do), just that match tennis is much different than rally tennis and when you’re on the run or in a tight spot, a maneuverable racquet is very handy!
Recently played a club tournament match against two really good players who can really hit the ball and my ability to re-direct pace with the 107G was a big difference in the match. Everything kept coming back and they got frustrated and started to over hit and it was all over after that. They even commented after the match that my ability to volley everything back from the mid court was the difference in the match. I missed 2 volleys whereas they missed dozens with their 98 sq in sticks.
At my level the ability to reduce errors is more important than my ability to make shots. When you get to levels where people make fewer errors, then shot making becomes increasingly important. But the 3.5-4.0 world I inhabit, errors are still the leading cause of points won or lost.
So I still remain a proponent of OS sticks and if you still want something to encourage proper swing habits and hold up to heavier shots, a players OS is the way to go. Phantom 107G, Dunlop CX 200 OS, Blade 104, Gravity S, POG 107, etc.