For background, I play with an RDS 001 leaded at 12, 10 and 9, overgripped and recent measurements suggest I play 345-355g static, 340-348g swing and between 5 and 7 pts headlight. I was surprised I've moved up to this level as the K90 felt too difficult for me 2 years ago. I recently hit with BLX 90 and still find an occasional inability to get around a fast serve or penetrating groundstroke hit to my forehand to the sweetspot. My serves are probably 5mph faster and slightly more accurate with the blx tour 90. hats off to the prostaff, the epitome of an all court players racquet. I hit with the BLX PS 90 and 95 for 20 min this week thinking with the better maneuverability I've been reading about I might like the new 90 better. I was surprised how comfortable and almost acceptable the 95 was. yes it was probably too light in stock form and whippy due to the increased flex but it has alot of the feel and benefits of the box beam prostaff 90. Maybe it's because i'm used to the RDS's bigger sweet spot that I liked it. I now wonder if leading up the 95 to 11.7 or 12oz and keeping its balance point, you have the perfect prostaff? I think you'd need to add lead in the handle and of course adding a leather grip will increase weight. In my mind, the big tradeoff will be how does it perform on finishing shots where the 90's stiffness can probably kill off a soft bouncer in the middle of the court with its access to power. I'll have to try a more extended demo to see if the 95's flexibility doesn't kill the ability to access power on a flatter hit. Also will the lead and higher weight get close enough to the 90's serve potential. Anyone have thoughts on leading up the 95 and residual downsides vs the 90?