Gravity Pro could be that racquet. But its harder to defend with it and you have to be always on great physical shape, not tired, otherwise it will punish you. Im recently thinking about switch to 98 inch faster racquet but not sure how much comfort and stability im willing to sacrifice.Never used pro because it has the lowest power on the line. I used MP and Tour. Even MP was a little bit demanding to swing. Despite low SW i couldn’t gel with its head size. I ve tried most of the head sticks 2020/2021 and gravity shines in terms of feel and solidness. I truly believe it’s one of the best molds i ve ever used from Head. V Core 98 21 and Gravity Tour play amazingly stable in stock form. So yeah gravity tour has a more launchy angle than Blade v7 16x19 but on the other hand it cannot plow through and push like a Blade. Another stick with great feel is latest pure strike 16x19…. plush and smooth…. but feel is not enough if you don’t have consistency and depth control….. at the end of the day gravity tour was unpredictable most of the times…. despite the 100 inch head which is very forgiving if you missed the sweet spot it didn’t give you power and control. I only enjoyed slicing and serving with this stick. When you have feel and feedback from a stick you can literally do anything and you won’t care if the X,Y,Z stick offers theoretically 20% more spin…. so i believe you should ask yourself which racquet became an extension of your arm by the first hit? On my case it was the blade line of 2015 with Yonex Dr line second. Heads "blade line" is the radical.