Better late than never. I picked up two of these last week when they went on sale and have played twice with them so far. Last weekend mainly just drilling with it and yesterday played 2 sets with it. Was playing a counterpuncher yesterday (ie. pusher as referred to by some), won the 1st set 6-4 and then trailed the 2nd set down 1-4 and ended up winning 7-5. My skill level: ~3.5 to 4.0 NTRP. My regular frame during the past year: Wilson K90. But have spent some time with the AG 100. Now, on to the AG 300 16x18. String setup: Global Gut 55# (M); Isospeed Professional Classic 59# (C). I played it stock and my comparison is to the AG 100 in stock form as well. My AG 100 had gut/iso setups at same tensions. Notes: 1) The AG 300 16x18 is very similar to the AG 100 in terms of feel and control level. (The specs are quite similar, not surprisingly) AG 100 90 sq. in. / 581 sq. cm. Length: 27 inches / 69 cm Strung Weight: 11.7oz / 332g Balance: 7pts Head Light Swingweight: 312 Stiffness: 62 AG 300 16x18 98 sq. in. / 632 sq. cm. Length: 27 inches / 69 cm Strung Weight: 11.5oz / 326g Balance: 7pts Head Light Swingweight: 315 Stiffness: 62 2) AG 300 possesses slightly more power and spin than the the AG 100. The AG 100 hits a flatter ball in my opinion. 3) It is more forgiving than the AG 100 and MUCH more forgiving than the K90. I found myself mis-hitting less with the 300. 4) Serve: Best serve for me with the 300 was down-the-T on the deuce side. Cranked 3 aces during the 2nd set and helped me come back and win. I thought it was on par with the 100. Probably more pace than the K90 but not as heavy serves. 5) Groundstrokes: More topspin vs. AG100. Lacked the heaviness that I am accustomed to from the baseline with the K90. I found myself having trouble finishing my counterpuncher friend from the baseline. Control was good and on par with the AG 100 but not as good as the K90. Stability was good. Slice was similar to the AG 100 but not as low and skiddish with the K90. 6) Volleys: While I was down 2nd set, I started attacking the net more after when I would get weak replies from my friend. Volleys were easy with the 300 and overhead was easy as well. The maneuverability was excellent. 7) Comfort: Very easy on the arm vs. the K90. No fatigue after 2 sets. The AG 300 can be thought of as a more forgiving AG 100. Summary: Nice all-court frame with slightly more pop/spin vs. AG 100. This upcoming week I have AG 200 16x19 coming. I am anxious to see how the AG 200 16x19 works out for me.