So I've been demoing some rackets lately, and I'm looking for another stick. I'm a 4.5 currently using RDS 002 Tours stock with Lux BB ALU Rough 16L mains and WeissCannon SS 17 crosses (both @54lbs). I'm especially looking to replicate the RDS 002's solid feel, stability, precise mass distribution, and the medium stiffness. A quick run-down of what I've tried so far: Dunlop Biomimetic 200 - Nice weight, balance, and feels great through the air. Nice old-school feel, and very concentrated mass distribution. By this I mean the racket "feels small" when swinging. It's hard to describe. Reminds me of a Wilson k90, for example. This one ended up being too low powered for me though. If the string pattern weren't so dense, and/or if it was a little stiffer, I might consider it more. Decent looks, good build quality, very control oriented. Dunlop Biomimetic 200 lite - Similar feel and concentrated club-like mass as the non-lite, but too light for me. More open string pattern is a plus for me, but still a little too flexy. The headshape is also slightly more teardrop-shaped compared to the non-lite, which I didn't like. I could see this one working for me, but it would take some customization and a longer adjustment period. Volkl Power Bridge 10 mid - Decent feel, tiny head and thin (but rounded) beam. I really wanted to like this one, but the headshape is too different from what I am used to. Less flexy than the Dunlops, but still flexy. Pretty solid feel for such a thin beam; I noticed no vibration dampener was needed with it. I would have a lot of mishits with this guy, but probably would hit good 1handed backhands. Great looks and build quality. Volkl Organix 10 325g - Again, I really wanted to like one of the Volkls, and the specs of this are right up my alley, but something felt off about it. Feedback from shots didn't feel "pure" or "organic(x)" even. I wouldn't quite say they are "tinny" or hollow, but definitely "muted" and not as solid-feeling as the rest of this demo group. Mass distribution felt too cloud-like and not concentrated (as opposed to the Dunlops above). It also peeved me that the beam, while thin in the normal direction, was really thick when looking head-on at the racket face. Good stiffness and best-looking one though. ProKennex Black Ace (Mid and Midplus) - Mid and Midplus are basically the same except headsize. Too flexy for me, and build quality seems suspect (paint chips all over the demo). They remind me of Yonex RD-7's. Old-school, and pretty solid feel. Good mass distribution. The mid is too low-powered and demanding for me. The midplus seems decent, but nothing really stands out about it. Nice color scheme, though. Babolat Pure Storm Tour GT - This guy is the winner so far (and they are on sale!). Mass, balance, string pattern, headsize, SW... all what I am used to. Stiffness is right in the sweet spot of not being too flexy but not too stiff. Feels very solid, up there with my RDS 002 Tours, even if a little "mushy" at times. Personally I like this type of low-frequency vibration. Mass distribution could be more centralized, but still good. Beam is a the thickest of the demo group, but also the boxiest. Only downside so far is it feels less aerodynamic through the air than the rest, probably due to the bigger beam. At this point I'm pretty set on the PSTGT's. They will be the easiest transition from the RDS 002 Tours, which I still love to death.