Hey gang.... been playing the past 2.5 years with the Pacific X-Feel 95 with lead added at 9 and 3, bringing the weight to 12.2 ounces. Great groundstrokes, but big issues with getting serves in play, so decided to make a change. Ordered an Angell TC95 based on positive comments here. Was trying to get similar weight and flex to what I was using, so ordered the TC95, 16x19, 63 flex, 27 length, 330/315 weight. Had read comments about it having more pop/power, so strung it 4 lbs tighter than what I string the Pacific's. Strung poly mains at 58, synthetic crosses at 60. Have had two intense workouts with it now, and it does not seem like it is going to work. Serve is better, and more confident. Volley's feel good... very solid. Slice / block shots feel great... I hit a lot of slice backhand serve returns, it is very solid here. Problem really is with the forehand. My groundstrokes off both sides with the Pacific 95 have been great. The lefty forehand is a huge weapon, and I am very steady taking huge cuts at the ball. With the new TC 95, the ball seems to sail a little more, probably more power and probably a heavier swingweight. The backhand is off just a little, but can probably be dialed in.... does not feel bad. The forehand is a big issue. I can catch one, but can't blast away 4 or 5 shots. Well hit balls are a little long, and every 4th or 5th one launces way out. The TC95 weights 12.4 ounces strung, grip wrap, and dampener. So the weight is pretty close to what I am using, but I assume I've added some combination of additional power and or heavier swingweight that makes my bread and butter forehand no longer a weapon. My question for those of you that have played the TC95, did I order too heavy of a model, or one not head light enough? Perhaps one of the lighter or more headlight models would be more controllable? At $220 a pop, I can't really keep ordering them hoping one will give me what I had with the Pacific 95, while helping the serve. I've seen comments from others about forehands needing to be dialed in, so I assume this is something others have some thoughts about. Feels like my forehand is too far away to be dialed in with the current setup.