Hi everyone I'm new to the forums, I dunno of this has been discussed yet but here it goes. I live in Australia, New south wales and there is a tennis pro shop in Burwood that sells the Wilson nCode nSix-One Tour 90 (Euro version) and weighs 340grams un-strung and I think has the same specs as the U.S one. This is also sort of a rant as I was quite pissed of at a guy who wanted to sell me the Wilson nCode nSix-One Tour 90. The guy was chinese with poor english and was selling a Wilson nCode nSix-One Tour 90 on e B a y. Please note* that the racquet he's selling it "Brand New" I've asked him a couple of questions like, what are the specs, grip size.. etc. But most importantly I asked him is it 340grams or 320 grams printed on the racquet, he replied with a yes. I was delighted as I wanted another Wilson nCode nSix-One Tour 90. I finally drove there, I also brought mine to compare it and couldn't wait to get my hands on it. He came out and opened the nCode case and and I saw that the leather grip was more orangy than brownish-orange as if it was painted or something. I was getting a little suspicious about it being fake. The butt cap didn't really look genuine along with the leather grip. I read the throat of the racquet and 320grams!?!?! I was like WTF? I specifically asked you if it was 340grams, and he said "Oh, sorry I didn't check it". I mean how can you answer a guy's question who's wanting to buy your racquet for sale without even checking. I didn't even bother checking the conditions of the racquet since I knew it was the asian version. He then proceeds to talk me in to buy it like, "Oh, you look small and I think the racquet is already too heavy for you". I was just thinking GTFO. So my point of this was to ask any of you guys with the Asian nCode nSix-One Tour 90 if it does look different to the U.S/Euro versions. *Does the paint job look a little lighter than the U.S/Euro versions? *Does the racquet feel like plastic or a similar material? Because that was what it felt like compared to my Euro version. *I've read from somewhere the Asian one plays really similarly compared to the U.S/Euro versions but is it that different with all the details I've mentioned above? I've come to the point, where I think the differences of the Asian Wilson nCode Six-One Tour90 compared to the U.S/Euro versions are the paintjob is a lighter red. On the e B a y page where he auctioned it I got mine to compare and I couldn't tell why mine was a darker red colour and even in the bright lights I couldn't get it to the right colour. Unless anyone can comfirm that the asian one is exactly identical to the U.S/Euro versions in paintjobs, etc... Thanks for reading everyone since this was quite a long post.