Ok, I bought a Wilson N1 off E-bay from China, supposedly being straight from factory. It looks genuine and performs well during play. However, although the E-bay seller has like 99% positive feedback, a recent negative one claimed that a Wilson N3 sold by him was a fake one-piece frame. I msged the guy asking how he could tell, and he said that the supposed rubber parting between the head and neck was simply some kind of rubber band wrapped around a groove and not a real parting. However, the seller simply replied that the guy was being awkward, wanting refunds, another racket, etc. The problem is, the N1 isn't a Triad like the N3, right? So I can't tell from that if it's fake or not; but here's the things about it that seem really genuine: 1. Holographic Wilson authenticity sticker on the inside of the neck, with a Wilson factory sticker as well, in Chinese. 2. All prints around the frame are holographic and look real, down to the printed specs on the inside of the neck. 3. It has the correct weight. 4. The racket grip looks genuine, and so does the logo at the bottom of the handle. 5. The Ncode racket cover looks genuine. 6. It plays well, like the N1 is meant to - very powerful, good stability, etc. 7. Comparing with various pictures of N1's, e.g. from the Wilson webiste, I can see absolutely no difference in shape, colour, etc. Surely a fake this good would be far too costly? Help appreciated.