I've played for the past three days with the demos I ordered from TW based on suggestions from other users on the boards. I demoed the top three suggestions of you guys: the Estusa Power Beam Braided, Wilson ProStaff 6.1, and the Volkl C10 Pro. Right out of the box the racquet that intrigued me the most was the Estusa PBB. It was one of the most interesting looking racquets I've seen in a long time. It's a very classic looking racquet. When I first picked it up, the weight and balance felt great; and I loved the very square shape of the handle. The Wilson 6.1 was a nice looking racquet and felt similar to other Wilsons I had tried before. Nothing about this racquet really grabbed me. I didn't care much for the look of the Volkl, and I really didn't like the rectangular shape of the grip at all. For first impressions, the Estusa won out this competition easily. The next day I tried out what really mattered: the playing test. For serving, I was surprised at the power I was able to get with the Estusa. I was expecting a very low powered racquet, but was very surprised with the pace I was able to get. Spin was quite good too. Serving with the Estusa felt great. Serving with the Volkl gave me even more power and spin. For being classified as a player's racquet, the Volkl was a very powerful racquet. I didn't particularly care for the feel of this racquet. I didn't think it had a dampened feel like most people describe for a Volkl. I felt the grip was even more rectangular than a Head racquet and I absolutely despised it. The Wilson was pretty good, although there was nothing special about it. Surprisingly, I had less power with this racquet than either the Estusa or Volkl. On Groundstrokes, nothing came close to the feel of the Estusa. It felt great. I had great pace, great control, and good spin. The Volkl just didn't feel right for me. For one thing, it felt much lighter than the advertised 12.2. ounces. The racquet just felt too lively. Plus, I just can't get past the feel of the handle. I hate it. I'll probably catch some flak for this but I felt the Volkl C10 Pro is just a Pure Drive jr.. The feel of this racquet to me was very similar to a scaled down pure drive. The Wilson was ok, nothing special. I probably would have liked it alot had I not had the estusa to compare it to. Overall, the estusa blew the other racquets away. Thanks to everyone who suggested I try this racquet. I had never considered it before. Next week, I'm going to demo some tweener racquets just to see if I see any benefits to my game from this class of racquets. I doubt I will, so I'll most likely be going with the Estusa. Anyway, let me know if you guys have any suggestions for a good tweener racquet for me try out. Thanks.