hey, i searched for some info on around the world (atw) stringing are thought it was quite interesting, but i was wondering there *really* is an issue for throat to top stringing? mainly, b/c due to ignorance i just strung 3 HEAD racquets over the weekend and did them all throat to top and everything is fine. no problems whatsoever. but i just read that the general consensus for HEAD racquets this is a big no-no. anyone else done head frames throat to top? i found a document from head's website (i would link it but i cannot reach it right now) indicating how to string. SOME of the racquets had is explicitly state "2-piece recommended", and OTHERs said nothing. for those that said nothing, 2-piece was implied though via their stringing instructions, they said something like "string mains and tie-off, then string crosses and tie-off". now, for my main question (should i in the future want to avoid throat to top stringing).... is it OK to just do an "ad-hoc" ATW pattern basic on basic knowledge/intuition about stringing??? for instance, i don't have my sticks with me, but i know them well enough to imagine and atw pattern that would work... 1) string the mains, leave the outer ones off. 2) take one main top-down for the crosses (skipping the first one if you want). leave the last cross un-strung. 3) take the other main, down the side, across the last throat main, and up the other side... going across the last cross at the top if it was skipped. (and of course, making sure things get clamped correctly b/c of the atypical pattern) is that all it is, or is the some "official" or "optimal" guide for atw?