You've heard from the guys with real skills in the other thread, so here's the middle aged hacker's report...;-) I have been demoing the new B11 mid against the Redondo Mid, new C10, and Tecnifibre TF-335 (18x20). I previously tried the MG Prestige Mid as I'm a big Head fan but didn't care for the stiff/firm feel. Out of the four racquets above, the B11 Mid and the Redondo 93 are my favorites but for different reasons. The TF335 is a very nice racquet that seems to do everything well but nothing stands out to differentiate it from all the other 18x20 MP sticks. I love the feel of a well struck ball with the C10 but for me, the sweetspot seems small and anything hit even slightly in the upper hoop just flutters and dies. Seems awesome for S&V. Best cosmetics of any of these to my eye. Very sharp looking & comfy stick. I'm tempted to buy one for those reasons alone. The Redondo 93 looks like a mid. THe head looks small the way the PC600 looked small. The string pattern is pretty dense too at 18x20. Feel is very nice, solid/soft. Nice big "twap" with a clean strike. This one swings very easy, I don't know the swingweight but I'd be surprised if it was higher than 320 or so. Low power, which is somewhat masked by the sound. You think you really smoke one and it ends up a smooth rally ball for the opponent. Pinpoint control on all shots. This stick seems to excel at flat penetrating shots through the court. Heavy top seems to float right into the other guys strike zone. However, for some reason I was really ripping angled 2HBH rollers off short balls with this stick. Maybe the low swingwieght allowing for lots of headspeed? Caveat - this was strung with Tonic+ gut and the others with whatever cheap demo string happened to be in them. The B11 mid looks bigger than a mid and plays much bigger than a mid. I found it easier to bring the heat with the B11 than with the larger C10. Swings marginally heavier than all three of the other racquets but still easy to get around. Doesn't have the big impact sound of hte Redondo but no noticeable pinging with a dampener. Much easier to generate power with the B11 that the Redondo. Maybe a little less control but I'm not skilled enough to tell. Serves very, very well. Volleys maybe a little less stable than the Redondo but that's probably a feel issue due to the softer flex in the PK stick. Topspin baseline bashing advantage to the B11 without a doubt. I'd have to flip a coin to decide between the B11mid and the PK Redondo 93. However, given PK's lack of market support, I'd be tempted to go with the Becker just because finding replacement racquets and grommets would be less of a PITA.