Awright! got the demos, hit with them plenty, quenched my curiosity...and thought to share My current racket is the AG 100 was looking for more power. It is customized with long strips of led between 2-4 and 7-9. I string it low to get some power, but with that much led I do not get enough whip. I have long loopy swings, and can generate my own power...played college tennis in the past...I am decent. I picked these frames based on their similarity to the AG 100 with minor variances. 1- Vs BM 100 the way the BM 100 is now weighted almost to a similar configuration to what i got on my AG 100. the BM 100 offers more control (two grades up), and feels stiffer, slightly livelier. It is slightly more difficult to swing in its stock configuration, and also doesn't give any penny extra for power. Verdict = Skip it, these small headed frames need to start coming with a little more pop or else they are going to vanish in the modern game). 2- Vs BM 200Lite This was the surprise of the bunch. found supreme control. feels stiff and a bit livelier than the BM 100 and AG 100. certainly has more power but not much. it is almost even balanced so it didn't allow much for a whip and feels about the same as my current AG in the swing weight department. but as i hit relaxed from the back it gaves good spin and fun slice, i could direct it as i wish. Verdict = Highly recommend if you are struggling with the 100 series and want a notch higher in forgiveness and power. but mostly...it's one of the best for control. 3- Vs EXO3 tour 16x18 now this racket is puzzling. it's the most comfortable of the bunch. but the control??? very unpredictable. maybe because TW sent it to me with nylon...but i've hit with this frame and i keep coming back to it because it's thin, has an open pattern, and the comfort gives a unique dampened feel and a bit of a wide sweet spot...that compromises accuracy. Verdict = not sure, got to take it out again with a better string and see the outcome when i swing big to come in. from the back...i can hit all day, but i need bigger margins for error. 4- Vs PS 6.1 95 BLX. seriously, this racket is a WHATEVER. it swings sweet and definitely has the best feel of all but does nothing like you'd expect it to be. i found it on the unpredictable side. the only thing i liked about it is in volleying. Verdict = a fed frame wannabe. you'll be frustrated feeling every shot but can't manage to control it. I am sticking to my AG 100 for now. There are few more frames that I hope to demo...and I might give the 200 Lite a serious consideration...because it offers what big swingers need...control above all. Feel free to pitch in if you have any experience with any of them.