So, I finally got to take my new sticks out for a brief hit. 45 minutes, maybe an hour. I can't say much definitively until I get more time with them. I will share my initial impressions though: Prince Tour 100 (16x18) - nothing really surprised me. It played much like the descriptions I've read. Soft, flexy, crazy spin for a non-spin frame, the sweetspot is basically the entire stringbed. Need time to adjust to it because of the stiffness, or lack thereof. I didn't know what my groundstrokes were going to do. I understand these types of comments better now. My least favorite of the three upon initial hit. This seems like a frame I could adjust to and really enjoy, if I wanted or if necessary (TE). I need to re-string so I know what I'm working with, to be fair. Wilson Six.One 95S - nice feeling frame. Stiff, but quite comfortable to me. Many have commented on the launch angle of these frames, and I found that to be true. I think flattening the ball out is doable to some degree, but you have to really focus on making that happen and I didn't have enough time to try it out extensively. Decent power, maneuverable, lots of spin. I enjoyed this one and may very well keep this one if I decide to keep a spin frame in my bag. It's spinny enough, so I have little desire to try a more open pattern - and this one has always had the best specs for me. Tecnifibre TFight 315 Dynacore - based upon my feelings after the initial hit, simply put, this is the best stock frame I've ever hit with. I realize that can change with more time, but this one exceeded my already high expectations for it. It does not have that classic Ltd feel, but the feel of this frame nevertheless was a great surprise. It is stiff...there's no flex. It's so hard to describe feel, but I'd say it has a very crisp, muted, clean feel. It reminded me a little bit of the Extreme Pro 2.0, which I loved, in terms of feel, but a little better. I wonder if it's the new grommets? It definitely feels better than the 320s I previously used. Easy spin, but can also flatten the ball out. Ample power on tap, very maneuverable. There's plenty of room for customization, but I'm not sure it's necessary. I'm definitely keeping this one. I may slap a leather grip on it. In any case, I can't wait to hit with it again. I loved it. I tried to serve a few times with each stick, but my timing was off tonight and time was short anyway, so I ditched that idea and just went for groundstrokes. Hopefully in 2-3 weeks I can offer a little more insight with regards to serving, volleying, slice, etc. Dynacore is the shiznit. At least while I'm honeymooning.