Hi Chris, I've enjoyed the team's reviews of new products. Thx for that. I've narrowed my choices down to the Dunlop F3.0 and XDual Gold 99. My game is basically running ppl around from the baseline, and "attempting" to put them away once they hit a short shot. I'll come to the net every now and then. My serve is avg, so not really a strength. The F3.0 seems to allow me to hit a little harder, with the ball staying in. I'm able to hit good angles, but for me the strength of this racket is that it's solid, the depth, and decent spin. The Donnay doesn't feel as solid, but allows for more spin, letting me hit some corners and better angles. The Donnay is a touch more maneuverable too. A few questions for you. Which did you prefer? Which racket is easier on the arm? What multi string setup would you recommend for both? The demo for the Donnay had a co poly in the mains, and multi in the crosses. I've never tried any hybrids before. I usually get all multis. I wasn't sure if that hybrid setup allowed for the extra spin. The F3.0 demo had Dunlop Silk in it. If you know of any other stick that's close to these specs and worth a demo, lmk. Thx in advance!