Or any Yamaha stick for that matter? The EOS came out in the early 90s, I believe, shortly after the craze for "widebody" rackets. Back then it retailed brand-new for almost $300! -- not uncommon at the time for the "latest and greatest." This racket was remarkable for being extremely lightweight. It couldn't have been more than 11 ounces strung. It had a boxy beam, was midplus size (they also made an oversize), had a brown and gray paint fade similar to Head Pro Tour/Radical paintjobs from the 90s. The swingweight on the racket was so light it was like swinging a piece of air, but it also had that built-in widebody power. It didn't have the stability of, say, a Yamaha Secret 04 (which appeared to be made out of volcanic rock), and it would twist on off-center hits. My brother ended up adding gobs of lead tape, still he would shank a lot of topspin drives. You couldn't beat it for maneuverability. Kick serves were just illegal. I tried the oversize version years ago when I was getting back into tennis, that thing launched space missiles.