I thought starting a new thread for the Babolat Play play-testers would be better than clogging up Daniel's thread. I received my Babolat Play today as part of the Babolat Play Test Team. I was selected through the ConnectedTennis.com site. Anyways, I obviously couldn't wait to go hit with it. Pairing the racquet with your phone is very easy, it takes two buttons. I went out to drills at my local tennis center. Unfortunately, I was only on court for about 15 minutes before lightning shut us down. But, that was still plenty of time to show off the app. As for the racquet itself, it's a Pure Drive and feels like one. But that's not what this racquet is all about. Here's the overall stats for the time I was on court: You can then take a look at the breakdown of your strokes: One thing about those results, volleys are included with your regular forehands and backhands. Hopefully there will eventually be a way to split those out. (Sorry for this pic, wanted to stay under the four image limit.) And then you can see where on the string bed you're hitting the ball: Well, I can instantly see what I need to work on with my backhand! So, that's just a real quick look at it. Regardless of what you think about Babolat, this is some game changing technology and I can't wait to get out and play with it more.