I know that there are others who are posting reviews of this racquet, but I thought that more opinions would probalby help people and if you don't want to hear another review, then you don't have to read my post. Anyway, for the first time, my proshop decided to hold out for a day or two until they would get a large quantity of a new racquet to prevent people from asking them continuously if they had it in stock. In this case, they had about 15 demos of the nCode 90 and about 20 of the nCode 95. Even with this, I picked out one of the last 3 90 inches and I had to get one size smaller (3/8). Anyway, let's get to the review. This was a very very short hitting session, probably around 30 to 45 minutes. It was way too hot to play and I intend to demo it longer at night, and I can hold it for a week (demo strung with sensation 16 at 57 pounds) Groundstrokes: (Forehand). The racquet felt a lot lighter and felt like it had a lower swingweight than the original tour 90. Despite the differences, I absolutely LOVED this racquet on forehands. It had plenty of topspin (16X19) and if you hit the ball in front of you with a long swing you could just hear the "pop" and see the ball flying. When you hit it well, it felt amazing. It's hard to describe the power level. I felt like the racquet had more power than the tour 90, and control suffered a bit, but not by much. The best thing I liked about forehands on this racquet was the stability. First off, the sweetspot seems a lot more consistent than the Tour 90, but the stability was great. Unless I completely framed the ball, the racquet remained very stable. The best part was when my partner framed the ball with his racquet and it was about to go out but I just stuck my racquet out and the ball bounced off of the strings beautifully and I didn't feel any sort of vibration. 9 out of 10 Backhand: Here's where the racquet can be an opportunity or a problem. BTW, I have a 2h bh. First off, this racquet is one of the best 1h bh racquets I have ever seen. I barely ever practice my 1h bh drive and I could hit the ball pretty well using a 1 handed. The ncode has a lot more power on the backhand side, I noticed it immediately. For me, this was an opportunity because I didn't have much power before. Although, I did find the ball sailing at times with my backhand if I didn't have the right angle. So, if your backhand is a bit underpowered, the racquet will be good, and if you find your backhand lacks control, it would take a while to adjust to this racquet or it can be a problem. As for the slice, it was great. Just like the Tour 90, if you shifted your weight into the ball and took a cut at the ball you could see it slowly slice towards the baseline. 8 out of 10 Volleys: Hands down, better than the original Tour 90. It was way more maneuverable than the Tour 90 and it had more punch to it. It took me a few volleys to get used to because I wasn't used to such punch at the net, but after that it was great. I could do drop volleys, touch volleys, defensive volleys but the best one was the put away volley. It really is the best mix of maneuverability, touch, and putaway power. 10 out of 10 Serves: This racquet feels a lot lighter than the tour 90, so it had a lot more pace on flat bombs. I also found that it had really good spin potential for slice and kick serves. I really enjoyed serving with this racquet and I felt that I was serving a heavier ball. I did feel that consistency, as well as placement, was a bit lacking on this raccquet compared to the tour 90, but I think my that would improve if I spent more time with the racquet. The thing about this racquet is that it is very hefty, yet it swings lighter, so it is very easy to generate spin and pace with it, and that's why I think it is a great serving racquet, although I really did not spend much time serving. 9 out of 10 Serve Return: I enjoyed this racquet a lot on serve returns, but I really did feel like it had a bit too much power. This is very good with block returns as well as chipping and charging, and the maneuverability was great, but I had to adjust my swing a bit. Usually I go for a sort of flat return with a bit of topspin, so with this racquet I started using a more of a whiplike topspin return and it worked a lot better. I think if you are willing to adjust your stroke a bit, you will find good control with it. I felt a lot more confident concerning my backhand side since I usually have week returns with it, but on my forehand side, I felt I had to use extra topspin to control the shot. 8.5 out of 10 Overall: This racquet is a born classic put in some futuristic giftwrap (btw the paintjob is awesome). I really really enjoyed this racquet and depending on how the rest of my demoing process goes with this racquet, I might switch to it from my Tour 90. This racquet is a lot more maneuverable and felt very solid. The only problem I found was sometiems it had a bit too much power, so I would recommend this racquet with a high tension, a control oriented string(luxilon) and maybe some lead tape. Anyway, I will post some new stuff when I play with it again tonight. Hope you enjoyed my review. Overall, 9 out of 10.