The frames that hit flatter with less net clearance work well for my FH but not so well for the BH.
+1I would argue that frames don't hit flatter and that your stroke determines the trajectory of your shot more than anything else. But that's just me. I've learned through development with my coaches that I can create the shape and trajectory that I want with less dependence on a particular frame or pattern.
@Vicious49 until racquet manufacturers start making frames with built in AI or intelligent graphite that can recognize when you are hitting a backhand vs a forehand and automatically adjust its characteristics to achieve your desired net clearance, the only solution is to change your technique on one wing.
I have 2 categories for groundstrokes - topspin and slice - because a racquet does not generate more or less topspin or slice from one wing vs the other.Otherwise you could classify slices in to groundstrokes as well.